BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The BARCS shelter is raising funds to help Jodi, a six month old puppy who was born with a leg deformity that forces her to drag her butt to walk.
Jodi’s former owner turned Jodi over to the shelter when they found they couldn’t meet their medical needs, BARCS said. Jodi’s exercise method is not healthy and cannot be comfortable, so BARCS is raising money for specialized medical care.
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Through July 16, the Arthur Wilner Foundation and Jeffrey Abarbanel will match any donation to the Franky Fund up to $ 15,000. The Franky Fund provides nearly 900 animals with exceptional medical needs each year, BARCS said.
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If you’d like to help Jodi run with the pack, donate here.
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