The MDSPCA seeks to purchase an X-ray machine through donations

DONATIONS OF THE YEAR WILL HELP WITH A MUCH NEEDED X-RAY SHINE. — X-RAY MACHINE. >> SO MY HAT IS PUMPKIN SPICE BECAUSE I AM SPICY AND HERE WE HAVE IT ALL GOOD. >> IT WAS LOVE ON THE FIRST SITE WHEN BRITTANY-LEE ADOPTED HER FURRY DAUGHTER FROM THE MARYLAND SPCA. >> WHO IS MY DAUGHTER. >> AND KELPIE HAS THE WHOLE SURVIVAL STORY. SHE WAS FOUND ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND EVENING IN THE PARKING LOT OF A RESTAURANT, IN LABOR AND IN DISTRESS. STAFF WHO HAD ALREADY GONE HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS TURNED TO HELP. >> OUR TEAM WAS JUST AMAZING, THEY TOOK ACTION. WE GOT X-RAYS ON THE STREET AT OUR CLINIC AND IT SHOWN THAT WE HAVE A LOT OF PUPPIES THAT NEED TO GO OUT. WE DID AN EMERGENCY C-SECTION. KENNEL TECHNICIANS WHO HAVE BEEN HERE FOR YEARS WHO HAVE NEVER SEEN SURGERY HAVE COME AND SAW ONE AND ARE ACTUALLY HELPING TO REVIVE THE PUPPIES, IT WAS TRULY A MIRACLE. >> ESPECIALLY SINCE GETTING THESE X-RAYS CAN TAKE 5 TO 15 MINUTES. AND SO THIS GIVEN TUESDAY, THE SPCA OF MARYLAND HOPE TO Raise $75,000 TO PURCHASE AN X-RAY MACHINE TO HAVE ON-SITE. >> THE TRUTH IS THAT IN AN EMERGENCY, THE FASTER WE CAN PROVIDE THE NECESSARY CARE AND SERVICES AND GET THE INFORMATION WE NEED. WE CAN SAVE MORE LIVES. >> LIVE AS KELPIE, WHO BRITTANY LEE NOW CALLS SARAH AND HER ADOPTED PUPPIES. >> I DID NOT KNOW AT THE TIME THAT IT WAS GOING TO BE MINE BUT WITHOUT THEM I WOULD NEVER HAVE GOT IT. IN THIS MOMENT, I COULDN’T IMAGINE MY LIFE WITHOUT HER, SO I CAN’T IMAGINE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THEY DIDN’T SAVE HER. AND THEN, I REALLY THANK THEM VERY MUCH. >> AN ANONYMOUS DONOR AGREED TO PLAY UP TO $40,000 TO MAKE EVERY DOLLAR YOU DONATE REALLY COUNT. TO FIND OUT MORE, LOG ON TO OUR WEBSITE

SPCA hopes ‘Giving Tuesday’ donations will help buy much-needed medical equipment

The Maryland SPCA hopes “Giving Tuesday” donations will help them buy a much-needed X-ray machine. It was love at first sight when Brittany-Lee Smith adopted her furry daughter from the Maryland SPCA. Her dog, Kelpie, has quite a story of survival after being found over Memorial Day weekend in a restaurant parking lot, laboring and in distress. Staff who had already been home for the holidays turned around to help. “Our team was just amazing. They sprang into action. We had street x-rays at our clinic, and it showed we had a lot of puppies that needed to be done. We did an emergency c-section,” said Nichole Miller, director of pet care at the shelter, “Kennel techs who have been here for years (and) who have never seen an operation have come in and seen one and actually helped to revive the puppies. So, it was truly a miracle.” It was a miracle, especially because getting to the X-ray image can take anywhere from five to 15 minutes. And so, this “Giving Tuesday,” the MDSPCA hopes to raise $75,000 to buy an x-ray machine to have on hand.” The truth is, in an emergency, the faster we can provide the care and service we can and get the information we need, we can save more lives,” Miller said. Saving more lives like Kelpie, whom Lee now calls Sarah, and her adopted puppies. “I didn’t know at the time that she was going to be mine, but without them I never would have had her. I couldn’t imagine my life without her. So I can’t imagine what would have happened if they hadn’t saved her. , and so I really thank them very much,” Smith said. An anonymous donor has agreed to donate up to $40,000, so every dollar donated really matters. To find out more, visit this site.

The Maryland SPCA hopes “Giving Tuesday” donations will help them buy a much-needed X-ray machine.

It was love at first sight when Brittany-Lee Smith adopted her furry daughter from the Maryland SPCA. Her dog, Kelpie, has quite a story of survival after being found over Memorial Day weekend in a restaurant parking lot, laboring and in distress. Staff who had already gone home for the holidays turned around to help.

“Our team was just amazing. They sprang into action. We had street x-rays at our clinic, and it showed we had a lot of puppies that needed to be released. We did an emergency caesarean “, said Nichole. Miller, the director of pet care at the shelter. “Kennel techs who have been here for years (and) never seen an operation came in and saw one and actually helped revive the puppies. So it was truly a miracle. “

It was a miracle, especially because getting the x-ray image can take anywhere from five to 15 minutes. And so, this “Giving Tuesday,” the MDSPCA hopes to raise $75,000 to buy an X-ray machine to have on site.

“The truth is, in an emergency, the faster we can provide the care and services we need and get the information we need, the more lives we can save,” Miller said.

Saving more lives like Kelpie, whom Lee now calls Sarah, and her adopted puppies.

“I didn’t know at the time that she was going to be mine, but, without them, I could never have had her. I couldn’t imagine my life without her. So, I can’t imagine what would have happened if they didn’t save her, and so I really thank them so much,” Smith said.

An anonymous donor has agreed to donate up to $40,000, so every dollar donated really matters. To find out more, visit this website.

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