Hero dog who saved the life of his owner fights for his own life after he had contracted a mysterious illness the day after the dissatisfied neighbor had left a fake letter and a & # 39; final warning & # 39; gave
- A dog got sick the day after a couple had received a creepy fake bug
- The council said the letter did not come from them because the pet is fighting mysterious symptoms
- Illness can be caused by snake bite, biting or liver disease if vet bill reaches $ 10k
- Owners who offer art and & # 39; hubby & # 39; hire useful services in exchange for donations
A hero dog who has saved the lives of his owners many times now fights for himself after he has become mysteriously sick the day after a dissatisfied neighbor leaves a fake letter from the congregation complaining about noise.
Six-year-old Kobi was taken to vets in Carrara, on the Gold Coast on Thursday night, when he quickly declined three hours after a trip to the park.
His unusual case has bewildered veterinarians after tests have shown that his symptoms may be caused by a snake bite, liver disease or bait.
The six-year-old Kobi was taken to vets in Carrara, on the Gold Coast on Thursday evening, when he quickly declined three hours after a trip to the park
& # 39; His vomit was black. There was everything in it. He didn't really want to move. He had diarrhea and lost fluid. He became very weak and collapsed and did not want to get up.
& # 39; That's just not our Kobi, & # 39; she said to Daily Mail Australia.
The previous day, owners Danni Borody and Bradley Damico had received a nasty letter, reportedly from the local congregation, claiming that they had two weeks to stop their dog from barking or that they were fined $ 67,250 or the animal could be seized.
But when Mrs. Borody called on the council to pursue the unaddressed letter – complete with a reference number, signature, and board logo – she was told it was fake.
& # 39; They said someone had complained, but said the note was not sent from them & # 39 ;, she told Daily Mail Australia.
The beloved Kelpie cross has a special ability to know when its owners are in danger, even though they are not trained assistance dogs.
He caused a scene to alert others when Mrs. Borody, who is suffering from PTSD blackouts, became unconscious, and also intervened when Mr. Damico, who is fighting a mental illness, & # 39; dark moments & # 39 ; has had.
The previous day, owners Danni Borody (left) and Bradley Damico (right) received a dire letter claiming that they had two weeks to stop their dog from barking or that they were fined $ 67 250 or the animal could be seized
While veterinarians struggle to understand the enigmatic results, the Helensvale couple are now doing everything they can to pay the $ 10,000 bill to keep him alive.
& # 39; He's still having trouble clotting his own blood, that's why he hasn't been able to get home tonight. He is stable, but we were told it could go either way, & Mrs. Borody said.
& # 39; (But) he is such a & # 39; n determined dog and we have seen him pull things through. & # 39;
While vets are struggling to understand the enigmatic results, the Helensvale couple are now doing everything they can to pay the $ 10,000 bill to keep him alive
A gofundme page is set up and artist Mrs. Borody sells her work through her Instagram page while her partner offers & # 39; hubby for rent & # 39; services in exchange for donations through his company, D-amico landscaping and maintenance.
When Mrs. Borody called the council to pursue the unaddressed letter (photo) – complete with a reference number, signature and logo of the council – she was told it was fake
& # 39; I have an occupational disability pension and that is why I started at home. In this situation, I thought what I could do to make money? & # 39; she said.
Mrs. Borody said that the community has gathered around them and that the couple feels so happy for the & # 39; completely unexpected & # 39; support.
& # 39; Companies have offered to hold a flash sale at the Karma Collab Hub and artists have donated works & # 39;
The couple handed the letter to the police, who said that an investigation will be started if testing is conclusive for bait.
On 1 September, the Queensland Liberal National Party announced tougher penalties for dogs following a series of incidents around the Gold Coast.
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