MWBTR's Tyson IN746 Memorial Wall

Urgent help needed for Tyson IN746!

Sadly, Tyson IN746 passed away while in our care. It makes us happy to know that his final days were full of love and peace with his amazing foster family.

We have transitioned this page to a Memorial Page where everyone is encouraged to share pics of their Bostie's waiting for them on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Share a pic and his/her story so that we can celebrate the lives of those we have loved and will always love. Until we meet them again!

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Campaign Details

Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue saved Tyson IN746 in February and he was in rough shape.  He was in congestive heart failure and devastatingly crossed the Rainbow Bridge this year.

After many vet visits and procedures, we were delivered the sad news that his heart valve no longer functions correctly and his pulmonary arteries are hardened beyond repair. We were seeing some success with injectable lasix treatments but our life-saving efforts were just too late.

Please donate in Tyson's Memory to help us pay for the $3,210 in medical expenses spent over a six-week period we had in him our care. MWBTR makes every attempt to save a Boston's life. In Tyson's case, his heart disease was too progressed by the time we rescued him.  But what we DO know is that he had the most loving, cuddling and peace in his foster home in his final days on this Earth.

Please donate in Tyson's memory today so that we can continue to give Bostons, whatever their condition, the best life possible.

Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue

About the Organization

Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue is a 501c3, Non-Profit Organization. We are funded entirely by donations and run by the hearts of our Volunteers who are dedicated to rescuing Boston Terriers from shelters and individuals and finding them permanent homes. We have no shelter, our rescued Bostons are fostered in our homes until they find their new loving, responsible, lifelong homes.

PO Box 297
Kent City, MI 49330
United States

EIN: 22-3897468



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