Each campaign runs 30 days and begins with a launching gift from the General Fund. When dogs are finished raising funds, you can find them 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.
10-year-old Brown dog (mix)
Mast cell cancer
In MBF: 9/9/16
Campaign Ends: 10/9/16
Family: Joshua and Vanessa Podlesny
“It’s safe to say that Clever is the glue that got this goofy family together! When I first met Vanessa nearly 10 years ago, she had Mikey, a calm, well behaved Golden Retriever. I had Clever, a nervous, over-active brown mutt. We were all immediate friends soon after Vanessa and I began dating. Vanessa jokes that she dated me only to get to Clever.
We were both in law enforcement and our scarce time off was spent taking our “kids” on road trips to the beautiful mountains and rivers in NM, treating them to “Pup Cups” at Dairy Queen, and participating in Vanessa’s K9 program through her sheriff’s department, where Clever and Mikey visited the local schools. Clever has never met a stranger and is full of energy and love.
We found a tiny growth on Clever’s head at the beginning of the year. This has turned into a life or death fight against mast cell cancer. Clever’s tumors are aggressive and we are being aggressive right back to them, despite the expense. But now we can’t afford to continue, and we need help. We are so grateful to the Magic Bullet Fund for offering to help our sweet Clever and we thank everyone who is reading her story and considering to help her fight.”
7-year-old Boston Terrier
In MBF: 9/3/16
Campaign Ends: 10/3/16
“I adopted Sadie when she was 8 weeks old. She is the sweetest and kindest dog I have ever known. Most of all she is my best friend who has been there for me during good times and bad. I lost my girlfriend to a coronary last year and if it weren’t Sadie’s support I probably wouldn’t have made it through. She 100% full of love. Everyone who knows her loves her at first meeting. Sadie greets everyone with kisses and hugs. She is a very smart dog. She can sit, give you her paw and rollover upon command. She also fetches balls like crazy and returns them to whomever throws it. Sadie is part of my Family.
Recently I noticed some lumps around her neck. I took her to my vet. She was diagnosed with B cell Lymphoma .I was devastated by the news. I love Sadie very much but I am recently going through financial hard times. I would very much like to raise funds to keep her alive as she is worth all the love she gives me and those around her.
If you can find it in your heart to give anything you can, I know she and I would very much appreciate it and we will be eternally grateful. Remember the love you take is equal to the love you make.”