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Nov 21, 2015 3:42 EDT

Guide Dog Oscar: Oscar and his companion, Bryan Brown, were tragically struck by a car while crossing a street

iCrowdNewswire - Nov 21, 2015


Guide Dog Oscar



Oscar is an amazingly smart guide dog. Oscar and his owner have hiked thousands of miles, even hiked the Appalachian Trail together. Oscar and his companion, Bryan Brown, were tragically struck by a car while crossing a street in Wisconsin Rapids Monday November 16th.  While Oscar’s owner Bryan Brown was taken to the hospital by ambulance and treated for his injuries, Oscar was brought to the Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department. It was determined that Oscar was suffering from internal injures. The guide dog, Oscar was then transferred to a Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department vehicle and transported to an animal hospital.  Oscar is currently in stable condition and is being care for at the Animal Medical Surgical facility in Wisconsin Rapids. Oscar’s owner and companion remains hospitalized as well and being treated for his extensive injures.  Oscar has an extensive road to recovery along with mounting vet bills.  Please help Oscar who is more than a pet. Oscar is guide dog that provides his perfect match with the gift of mobility and sight.  Your generous donation will help both Bryan and Oscar.  This campaign was established with the permission of Bryan Brown.  


Thank you for your generosity! 

Justin Pluess

FireFighter / Paramedic 


more information about Osacar and his accomplishments:  http://www.wfsb.com/story/26234754/blind-hiker-his-guide-dog-finish-appalachian-trail-together


The outpouring of support is amazing!

An update on Bryan and Oscar:
Bryan suffered an open skull fracture, right broken humorous, subarachnoid head bleed, loss of hearing in his left ear, two black eyes and an extensive about of road rash. Oscar suffered a traumatic brain injury, swelling of the brain and internal abdominal bleeding. Both Bryan and Oscar are now home and on there way down a long road to recovery. Bryan mentioned today that because Oscar is so determined and incredibly smart, Oscar will soon be back to providing him with mobility and sight.

Bryan is able to hear you comments and would like to express his gratitude however the software he uses has not been compatible with the go-fund-me webpage there-for he has not been ale to reply to your comments. Please know your comments and donation are very heartwarming for Bryan & Oscar.


Contact Information:

Justin Pluess

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