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SALEM, AL (WTVM) -

An area pup is in need of help. Meet Little Miss Prissy. She is a special dog from Salem, AL who donates her time at area hospitals and hospices for animal-assisted therapy.

Lately, she's been having a hard time. Little Miss Prissy is in need of surgery to fix a painful leg disorder has disabled her to the point that it makes it difficult for her to walk.  

If you'd like to donate to help Miss Prissy, there is an account set up under Lora Eroy at Sun Trust Bank. Just let them know it's for "The Little Miss Prissy Fund". Small donations are welcomed. For more information call (706) 326-4115.

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