Each campaign runs up to 30 days and begins with a launching gift from the General Fund. When a dog’s campaign is over, you can find him on the Dogs Funded page. When donations for a dog cannot be used for that dog, the funds move to the General Fund and are used to help other dogs fight cancer. When you donate you will receive an email receipt with tax information.
Donate below or send a check to Magic Bullet Fund, PO Box 2574, Briarcliff Manor NY 10510. Write dog’s full name in memo line.
Lou Lou Johnson
Text LOULOU to 71777 to donate
6-year-old Mixed breed
In MBF: 2/26/17
Campaign Ends: 3/26/17
Family: Jamie Johnson
Lou Lou was found next to a bush hog and tractor in Texas. It was a ver Hot August day. She could fit into my hand. She was was so small.
I brought back home with me. I promised her I would never yell or be mean to her an I have not. I took her home to meet my mother. They bonded immediately.
I was caretaker for my mother for years, that was my full time job. My mother died in September. Lou Lou was always near her, I think of her as my mother’s dog. I am looking for a job but have not found one yet, so I cannot pay much for Lou Lou’s treatments. My brother is loaning me a little bit, but not nearly enough to pay for all of Lou Lou’s treatments.
Please help us! Lou Lou is such a good girl she should have treatment and a chance to survive this horrible cancer. We will be so grateful to you.
Text LAYLA to 71777 to donate
9-year-old English Staffordshire Terrier Mix
Transitional cell carcinoma
In MBF: 2/23/17
Campaign Ends: 3/23/17
Family: Carla Vito
Layla is everything to me. She’s my daughter, my light, my world. She saved my life and now I owe her that same courtesy. Her spirit and her soul shine through my deepest of dark days.
When I found out that Layla had cancer, my heart broke, I couldn’t breathe and then tears. Layla came up to me and licked my tears away, which told me “don’t give up!”
I’m disabled and receive one check/mo. most on bills and everything left goes to Layla. I’ve sold off everything of value for her 1st chemotherapy. Layla’s chemo sessions cost $650-$700 done every 3 weeks. I’m in need of financial help because Layla must have chemo to stay alive and I love her so much that she deserves a chance to fight!
I humbly thank you from my heart. Thank you for the chance to help Layla keep fighting! God bless.
Text KEEBLER to 71777 to donate
7-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi
In MBF: 2/17/17
Campaign Ends: 3/17/17
Family: Jason and Natalie Wesolowski
Our Corgi Keebler was diagnosed with lymphoma. This devastating news was made worse when we found that the cost of treatment was more than what we can afford. We haven’t given up hope though, and would like help “biting back.”
To my wife and I, Keebler is our son with 4 legs, a fur coat, and a cute little nubby tail. We love him as our own child. Keebler sleeps on our bed and waits by the door if we leave the house. Keebler even tucks us in at night, and wakes us up in the morning. How could you not love that?
Around the neighborhood, our neighbors all know Keebler’s name, even when they don’t know ours. The children love his cute smile and his playful kisses. We feel truly blessed for having him in our home.
We are able to pay for about half of Keebler’s chemo, but he has to have the whole protocol and we are running out of money. Please help! We are heartbroken that our time with Keebler could be limited by our wallet. We want more time with our little one! We would be very grateful – any assistance would be a blessing and would be treasured beyond measure.