Just shy of a year old, chocolate Lab Paisley was found lying on the side of the road when her guardian angel (an eighteen-year-old high school student) found her. By all indications and after a vet's examination, it appeared that Paisley was probably hit by a car.
The vet diagnosed Paisley with a left distal femoral (thighbone) fracture. When her leg wasn't healing properly she was taken to the vet. Due to her age, and the length of time since the injury occurred, the leg would need to be broken again in order to be fixed. The outcome of the surgery was poor, so the vet then recommended amputation. The choice wasn't an easy one for the young dog owner to make, but she agreed to the amputation. After the procedure was done, the vet said Paisley’s prognosis was now excellent.
This was when Paisley's good Samaritan came to Labrador Life Line for help. Despite her young age, she was doing all that she could to help and care for this sweet dog that she rescued. However, the amputation was costly, and well beyond her financial means or savings.
It's not very often a lucky star falls upon you. Paisley had two. Because of your support Paisley can live the life she is meant to with her guardian angel by her side.