Gordon was active and full of zest. One day Gordon was outside and was running and playing when he suddenly came up lame. His Mom took him to see the vet.
Gordon ruptured both his anterior cruciate ligaments, one of the most common knee injuries in dogs (especially larger breeds and overweight ones).
Both ACLs required an operation to repair them. Gordon was uncomfortable and was on pain medication to try to relieve some of his discomfort.
Gordon's mom was a college student and worked part-time. His bills were much more than she could afford. That was when she came to Labrador Life Line for help.
Because of your donations, Labrador Life Line was able to fund one of Gordon's ACL surgeries. He is on the mend and hopefully very soon, he'll get the other one fixed and be back to his old self.