New York Rescue Group Seeks Viagra Donations For Sick Dog

New York Rescue Group Seeks Viagra Donations For Sick DogViagra, the famous blue pill has been extremely useful in helping a New York dog survive a potentially deadly medical condition. The little blue pills originally created for treating hyper-tension, but now prescribed for helping men overcome impotence, have been keeping Ingrid, a 6-year-old pit bull alive at the Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Centre in Huntington.

Diagnosed two years ago with congestive heart failure, it was believed giving her Viagra would help the blood flow to Ingrid’s heart. It worked, and now the shelter says, Ingrid, who requires a 100-mg. daily dose of Viagra, is given four Viagra pills every day, most of them donated by men on Long Island. The medication helps in opening blood vessels and allowing blood to flow through the dog’s body.

Jodi Record, Ingrid’s caregiver said, if every American male sent one Viagra pill to Ingrid, it would be possible to keep her alive for several years.

As well, Ingrid, who was used as a bait dog for instigating dog fights and has spent her life tied to a fence, has been living in a shelter for years, and Jodi hopes she will be rescued by someone who comes forward to adopt her.

Any one interested in adopting Ingrid is asked to call 631-368-8770, or they can visit the Little Shelter website.

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