Visit for more info here: http://buydogpainmedication.comRICHMOND, Va. — A disabled man, whose dog is his best friend, is desperate for help. His aging dog Jake requires more veterinary attention to stay happy and active.
Chris Jackson is in a wheelchair and lives on a fixed income. He believes his 14-year-old dog Jake has several good years left in him, if he can only find a way to afford Jake’s medical expenses.
“Jake’s my son,” Jackson said. “I don’t have any family… he’s my world. I’ve gone hungry and fed him. I’ve gone without medication, and he has not.
Jake’s biggest hurdle is his extensive arthritis. Jackson has been spending up to 0 a month on his dog’s various medications, and recently had a vet bill over 0 dollars.
“I’ve got six teeth, I don’t even have a decent pair of shoes,” says Jackson. “But I’m a good father, and a good father sacrifices for his children.”