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(UPDATE 2/18/3:30 PM) Picture: Layla recovering from surgery THE GOOD PART: Kidney levels, while testing on the high end, finally receded back into the normal range. She finally stopped vomitting today, so the risk of an injured esophagus is low. She will get her first meal via a tube in her stomach tonight. Her heart rate, also on the high end, is back within the normal range for the first time in two days, and the arrythmia has begun to lessen. Her wounds are still having to be drained, but no infection. THE BAD PART: Her blood pressure dropped again, probably because of all the work being done to her. We took a chance and put her on Albumin (?) an infusion that should help raise her blood pressure and boost her immune system. There is a risk of reaction because it is a human protein. Her white blood cell count is not so good, and she is low on oxygen, so she has a tube for that. The clip on her tounge measures oxygen. BUT she is reacting to people walking around and also to being poked and prodded. :) I am going to check on the money situation and get back to you guys... Pitbull Pitbulls Pitbullsofinstagram Pitlove Pitbullsofig Pitbulllife Pitbullinstagram Pitbullmix Pitbullrescue PitBullNation Pitbulllovers Pitbullsallday Pitbullsinstagram Pitbulllover Saveourbreed2014 Bulldog Bulldogs Bulldogsofinstagram Bulldoggram Bulldoglove Bulldogmoments Bulldognation Bulldogsinstagram Bulldogsofig bulldoglover bulldoglovers SavingLayla SaveLayla GoTeamLayla Layla
Layla has a Facebook page!!! Things are moving quick, and her condition changes rapidly, so for not-picture-oriented posts I started the page. Please "like" it and show your support at http://www.facebook.com/goteamlayla -------- Pitbull Pitbulls Pitbullsofinstagram Pitlove Pitbullsofig Pitbulllife Pitbullinstagram Pitbullmix Pitbullrescue PitBullNation Pitbulllovers Pitbullsallday Pitbullsinstagram Pitbulllover Bulldog Bulldogs Bulldogsofinstagram Bulldoggram Bulldoglove Bulldogmoments Bulldognation Bulldogsinstagram Bulldogsofig Bulldoglover Bulldoglovers SavingLayla SaveLayla GoTeamLayla Layla
PLEASE SHARE!!! PLEASE HELP!! TIME SENSITIVE!!! 412-366-3400 This is Layla. When Melissa went looking for a companion for Layla, the shelter recommended a dog that was supposedly "good with other dogs" an encouraged Melissa to adopt him. This is what he did to Layla when Melissa brought him home. Obviously, he needs to be in a home without other dogs. Layla wanted a friend, and she might die for it. It is a Sunday night, far from business hours, and we are unable to get the necessary resources outside of business hours of a bank. The hospital requires a $1500 deposit just to keep her through the end of business tomorrow, when Melissa can try to secure her more funds to pay for the necessary tests to stabilize her and save Layla's life over the next week. But with $1500, Layla cannot stay in the hospital. It is $1500 or die tonight. If you can make a small donation to help us save Layla, YOU can give her a fighting chance TONIGHT. A small, one time, $25, $50, or $100 donation by many people will send Layla home. You can call Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center and directly donate to save Layla. THE NUMBER TO SAVE LAYLA: 412-355-3400 (Open 24/7) Please help Layla. She found her fur-ever home. Let's help her get back there. Pitbull Pitbulls Pitbullsofinstagram Pitlove Pitbullsofig Pitbulllife Pitbullinstagram Pitbullmix Pitbullrescue PitBullNation Pitbulllovers Pitbullsallday Pitbullsinstagram Pitbulllover Bulldog Bulldogs Bulldogsofinstagram Bulldoggram Bulldoglove Bulldogmoments Bulldognation Bulldogsinstagram Bulldogsofig Bulldoglover Bulldoglovers
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