The future can be brighter for German Shepherd dog Destiny after suffering horrific injuries in a road crash.
Destiny is being cared for Central German Shepherd Rescue (CGSR), near Spalding, after vets operated on her broken pelvis, dislocated hips and groin tissue injuries.
Supporters of the charity are raising funds for Destiny by holding an 80s night at Pinchbeck Village Hall on Friday, May 22 at 7.30pm, with proceeds going to CGSR.
Trustee Bev Chamberlain said: “We were contacted by a vet’s in North Hykeham to help with Destiny’s medical fees and ongoing care.
“She had a broken pelvis, dislocated hips and soft tissue injuries to her groin which affected her ability to fight infections.
“Destiny had an operation on Monday to remove her hip joint which she’s come through well, but she isn’t out of the woods yet.
“She’s a friendly girl and three of her vets have advised that she has a chance of recovery.
“Destiny will be moved to a CGSR foster home in Spalding, but her care will be expensive and we’d really appreciate any donations, however small.”
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