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Our purpose is to ensure low income pet parents and their companion or service animals remain together when issues arise.  The goal in doing so is to prevent at-risk animals from being surrendered or falling victim to euthanasia for treatable conditions and behaviors.

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RECENT SUCCESS STORIES

These are just a few of the animals helped by Harley's Hope Foundation
via assistance with major veterinary care, behavioral training, or emergency foster care.
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Good news everyone! In June, Berkeley was attacked by another dog and had to undergo multiple surgeries to stitch her back together. Mom Anna did everything possible to get her baby the treatment she needed. Berkeley is doing great now and is happy and healthy with her mom Anna! Pet parents like Anna inspire us because of their loving dedication to their animals. Glad to see you doing so well Berkeley!
This is Laurelei, a 2 year old Aussie Shepherd mix who developed a condition that caused chylous fluid to build up in her stomach and chest, restricting her breathing. Laurelei's person, Lisa, is employed, but exhausted disposable income trying to get the problem diagnosed and paying for weekly procedures to drain the fluid so Laurelei would not go into respiratory arrest. In an effort to slow down the fluid build-up, if not outright cure the underlying condition, Laurelei underwent surgery last week. HHF was one of several charities that contributed to the fund Lisa started thanks to a gofundme effort and yard sales.

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Sophie is a 7 year old Corgi who has been through the ringer. Her original mom became homeless after her divorce, then she developed major health issues that made caring for Sophie next to impossible. Her mother, June, who is retired and disabled, agreed to take in Sophie and give her a lifelong home not realizing that the dog was about to face a major health crisis of her own. Just a few weeks ago, Sophie began running into walls and falling down the steps. Her veterinarian diagnosed the problem as fast-growing, hereditary cataracts in both eyes, which caused a profound loss of vision.

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Zuzu, who is a little over one year of age, suffered a growth plate injury while still just a pup. She has already undergone one surgery at Colorado Canine Orthopedics to try and correct the problem, and recently underwent a second procedure. The surgeries were necessary to fix the radius bone, which was pulled into a "J" shape when the ulna stopped growing. Zuzu's mom, Vickie, is a retiree living on Social Security Disability income. She adores this sweet little dog and has moved heaven and earth to raise the funds to help Zuzu have as normal a life as possible. HHF contributed towards the cost of surgery and provided numerous referrals to help Vickie raise the rest of the funds.
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