Crumpet’s previous owner could not afford his veterinary treatment and made the difficult decision to sign him into our care.
When arriving at CDCH it was clear to see that, at just 2 years old, Crumpet has been through some big changes in his life already.
This caused him to be a little anxious and scared upon arrival.
Crumpet is a sweet boy who is taking his time to build friendships with the team, and working closely with his new best friend Beth Barker to build a bond of trust, stability, and routine here at CDCH.
“When Crumpet first arrived into our care, he was in such a terrible condition, he was very sad and timid.
After gaining some of our trust he is already showing improvements and a glimpse of his personality is beginning to shine through.”
– Beth Barker, Animal Care Assistant CDCH
Crumpet is suffering from a significant skin infection which has resulted in widespread alopecia, erythema, and small pustules all over his body including his legs, feet, and groin.
Alongside this, he also has facial fold dermatitis, leaving him very uncomfortable and affecting his quality of life.
As you can see from the images, Crumpet has extremely irritated and inflamed sore skin.
Crumpet will need regular medicated Hibiscrub baths, a course of medication including steroids, a specially tailored diet, and regular veterinary visits to get him feeling better, and sadly, none of this comes without costs.
You can be part of Crumpet’s journey and donate today towards Crumpet’s extensive veterinary costs and help him recover and once again feel more comfortable in his own body.
Your donation will help Crumpet on his road to recovery until he is healthy enough for our dedicated team to find him a perfect match and forever home.
Please help us in giving Crumpet his second chance and his happy ever after by donating today, no donation is too small and we value your support.
Vet bills like all our other costs are rising and Crumpet is just one of many animals who need our help every day anything raised above Crumpet’s needs will be used to help animals just like him at The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home.
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