LEBANON, Va. (LEX 18) — A Corbin card game company has reached out to help a little boy who made a big sacrifice to save his puppy.
Eight-year-old Bryson Kliemann, went viral back in May when he set up a roadside stand in Virginia to sell his Pokémon card collection to raise enough money to save his puppy named Bruce from Parvo.
His mom also set up a GoFundMe page, which raised about 5 times what was needed.
People around the world reached out to him to donate new cards, including Corbin's "Troll and Toad."
They tell us they sent $420 worth of Pokémon cards and boxes to help rebuild his collection.
Bryson's dog is getting the treatment. His mother is donating their excess money to help other dogs get treated too.