Carol’s little scruffy dog, Gloria, had a cyst on her front right leg. It had grown and the doctor said it needed to come off. The wait for a vet appointment was tough as Gloria wanted to keep licking it. Carol lives in a foster home and depends on Gloria for her companionship and love. TOBY FUND STAND BY ME donors covered $605.50 for the surgery.
We Stood By Layla
Layla jumped out of a truck window when it was traveling pretty fast. She was taken to the emergency hospital in Medford a few days later and was treated for her major abrasions then sent on. Her dad didn’t understand she needed to be rechecked in 24 hours. The massive abrasions turned septic and she was in great trouble. An animal savior brought her to Pacific Veterinary Clinic who put her on a gurney and rolled her into the surgery amongst a horrified staff. She was given immediate care for four days. The cost was upward of $1550.00. The Toby Fund STAND BY ME DONORS paid $1,700 toward her bill. The balance was paid by Street Dogs and No Pet Left Behind (awesome groups!). Layla was taken home for ongoing treatment and adopted ❤️ by one of the animal health technicians at Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Centers. She is happy, healthy and adored!
We Stood By ChiChi
We had a little Chihuahua who needed a big dental surgery! ChiChi is not a spring chicken anymore but she’s still a beautiful girl! Her mouth was in a lot of pain and she didn’t get to enjoy her favorite meals with her bad teeth so Dr Joe had to take all the hurtful ones away. She and her mom, Patsy, needed our help to pay. TOBY FUND STAND BY ME donors pitched in $450 toward the $800 surgery.
We Stood By Wu-Tang
Lauren called from Cave Junction, worried about her cat, Wu Tang. Wu was in severe pain from a urinary tract blockage. You see, Lauren loves her boy, having neutered him through The Toby Fund in 2019, and gotten him vaccines — despite financial struggles and being homeless. She asked us to help again, now to save this boy from extreme pain. WE STOOD BY WU TANG, funding surgery.
We Stood By Josie Ella
Josie Ella, young lab/border collie girl, lives in Glendale. Last week, she slipped, fracturing a bone in her right hind leg. She was in great pain, and we are grateful to Dr. Joe's. WE STOOD BY JOSIE ELLA, supporting surgery. Staff said there was "extreme bruising and trauma" to the injured leg, so it was fortunate we could get her in quickly for the procedure.
We Stood By Chester
Chester the bunny, was neutered by the Toby Fund, and adopted then converted into an indoor bunny by a Wolf Creek family.
We Stood By Lotus
Describe When sweet pit girl Lotus returned after disappearing from her O’Brien home for a week, she had lost so much weight her bones were protruding, and she had infected wounds — likely animal bites. WE STOOD BY LOTUS, funding her hospital stay with IV for severe dehydration as well as wound treatment. Lotus was also later UNCHAINED and living in a yard built by Toby Fund!
We Stood By Wolf Creek Cats
The Toby Fund assisted with the spaying/neutering and care for over 40 cats who were left behind at an abandoned property. Many of the cats found homes through the Animal Shelter, and the remainder were all fixed so we can help break the cycle!
We Stood By Gavin
This is Gavin, a Wolf Creek cat who was an animal bite victim. Our donors funded veterinary care, including an exam, wound cleaning and medication. Now, Gavin feels so much better and is healing well. Here you see Gavin after treatment, wearing his new t-shirt.
We Stood By Diablo
Diablo, 6-month-old Chihuahua mix, loves to run and jump. His owner called from Cave Junction because Diablo sadly jumped too far from a deck onto icy ground and fell, breaking a front leg in 3 places. Because of the locations of the breaks, the leg could not be repaired. The Toby Fund sponsored his leg amputation and he is now a happy, 3-legged boy.
We Stood By Allister
We got a call from a fellow cat whisperer looking for help for a friend. Hollis from Williams was very worried about her handsome tuxedo boy, Allister. He was straining to urinate and obviously in pain. As is so often the case, no affordable vet was available. Favors were granted and Lakeway Veterinary Hospital stepped up and said come on in now. Allister was in desperate need. A catheter was placed helping him eliminate the excess toxins while he was treated with fluids and other medical care. He needed to spend two nights under care before going home. Hollis had no means to save Allister so TOBY FUND STAND BY ME donors stood by Allister and Hollis to take care of the $775.05 veterinary cost.
We Stood By Oreo
Meet Glendale dog, Oreo with his guardian, Dave. Oreo was one of 1,043 dogs neutered with the help of grants from an anonymous foundation.
We Stood By Bulldog
Bulldog needed an exam, ear cleansing, nail clipping and surgical foxtail removal. Toby Fund donors covered the cost of these needs and Bulldog enjoyed a healthier, more comfortable life thanks to Stand By Me donors!
We Stood By June
Meet June. This sweet dog spent hours each day on a chain, feeling sad. Here she is joyous in her new yard which is attached to the porch of the family's home so she can come and go freely and play outside. June is one of the Toby Fund's 228 dogs (and 4 goats) who are UNCHAINED out of tight confinement.