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To Save His Dog’s Life, A Man Sells His Car

Randy Randy Etter, a dog owner, discovered his dog Gemini had some health issues when the puppy grew drowsy and followed him around.

When the unfortunate dog began to vomit, the guy was so concerned for his pet’s safety that he took him to the doctor right away, but the case of Gemini was proving difficult to diagnose.

The vet was unable to determine the cause of the dog’s illness, but the owner refused to give up. He adored this dog beyond all else, so he began seeing several veterinarians, losing his job in the process.

Even after many visits to various veterinarians, no one appeared to know what was wrong with the dog.

“It just looked like I wasn’t going to go anywhere or get him the care he needed in time,” Randy Etter said. It was one of the most terrifying things I’d ever had to cope with.” The Dodo was informed by Etter.

After a long time, the source of the dog’s suffering and sickness was discovered: a tiny item had been trapped in Gemini’s intestines.

Etter’s girlfriend’s baby daughter had tossed her bottle at the dog while playing, and despite the fact that the guy had always been vigilant whenever she threw the bottle and withdrew it from the pooch, the canine eventually obtained access to it and drank a bit from the top.

That fragment was now causing an obstruction, and the dog required immediate surgery.

The intervention cost $4,500, which was more than Etter had on his bank account at the time.

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The man was not about to give up, so he wrote an emotional Facebook post describing the circumstances and listed his automobile for sale.

He hoped that someone would agree to purchase his car so that he could use the money to rescue his beloved pet, but something incredible happened after his touching post, and he didn’t have to sell his car at all.

After the S.O.A.R Initiative (whose “focus is on safeguarding the human-animal relationship and increasing access to veterinary care and human services for people who are traditionally underserved”) helped fund the $3000 required for the operation, the man’s friends volunteered to lend him a hand.

The dog operation went well, and he was soon back at home with his father, who adored him.

This tale had a happy ending owing to everyone’s generosity, and thanks to the owner for reminding us what genuine love is.