New Hampshire vet raising money for dog hit by snowplow

NEW HAMPSHIRE -- A veterinarian and a New Hampshire community are coming together hoping to turn a tragedy into a holiday miracle.

Molly, a three-year-old Australian Shepherd, was hit by a snowplow Tuesday night, and all of her limbs were broken.

The dog's owner, a military veteran, told the emergency room staff that he didn't have the money get Molly the cared she needed.

Now, a veterinarian and the Manchester Clinic is doing all they can to raise the $5,500 needed for Molly's surgery.

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  • linda cawthron

    I have spread the word and prayed the brave owner willl get his best friend back. God bless the Veteranarian and God Bless America and the GOOD PEOPLE in our world. It is a true Christmas miracle. ….I am not surprised, I have faith. ….after the Boston marathon bombings. There are a lot of great people left in this world. ♡♡¤

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