One year old Elsa, a dog involved in a fatal train-car accident on December 22 in Oshkosh, needs your help. Elsa was in the vehicle at the time of the crash and sustained multiple pelvic breaks. A donor who wishes to remain anonymous has
come forward and has offered to do a match up to $1,500 in donations to help make it possible for Elsa to get the needed surgery. Zack from Star Protection and Patrol is also matching up to $1,000 in donations toward her surgery! The consulting veterinarian has recommended orthopedic surgery for Elsa.
“The cost of the surgery is estimated to be $4,500- $5,000 and if she gets the surgery the veterinarian said there’s no reason she can’t have a full, happy life. We are hoping our community will rally to help her get a second chance at a happy life. We had her assessed immediately and got her on pain medication. She’s a sweet girl and even though she has been through so much she’s been such a trooper,” said Executive Director Joni Geiger. Elsa has been through a horribly traumatic event.
If she gets the surgery she’ll have the opportunity for a new start with a loving family. We believe she deserves that opportunity and we hope some of the people in our community do too.
If you'd like to help give Elsa a second chance, you can donate on our secure website here (you can type ELSA in the "name of pet" box so we know it is designated for her surgery fund). http://www.oahs.org/general-fund-donation