The dogs listed below are currently all the dogs we have in care and due to the medical nature of each dog’s individual needs, some dogs are in care much longer as they await for their specialty surgeries, procedures or post operative medical clearance.
Please DO NOT APPLY FOR A DOG unless it is posted and advertised as available for adoption on the “adoptable dogs” page. We will NOT accept adoption applications for dogs in care who are not ready for adoption and nor do we keep any waiting lists.
To follow the progress of each of our dog’s medical journeys, please follow our social media pages for further “pupdates” & progress reports! However, we do try our best to keep the website as current as possible.
***Please note that we are always on the lookout for foster homes as we are continually bringing new rescue dogs into care, so if you’re interested in fostering, please fill in an application today!
Breed: Maltipom/Yorkie Cross
This sweet little girl came into care with us as a neonate shortly after being born in January of 2022, and as a result of her being born with a cleft lip. She’s currently being tube fed every 2 hours and staying warm in her heated puppy incubator.
Keep tabs on her progress by watching our LIVE videos on Facebook and once she’s grown some more, we will have a better idea if she will require surgical correction and/or dental extraction in regard to her cleft lip.
Breed: English Bulldog
Rocky was surrendered into our care on January 6th, 2022, as a young puppy and as a result of him having some hind end mobility issues. This snuggly little beefcake will be following up with our medical team on January 28th, 2022, in order to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for him once we have a confirmed diagnosis. He’s now in the care of a loving foster family.
Breed: Miniature Schnauzer
Mini was surrendered into our care from her caring breeder as a newborn and as a result of her being born with a cleft palate and cleft lip, as well as with an eye slightly open. Due to the needs of a cleft palate puppy, Mini will be staying warm in her puppy incubator as well as being tube fed every 2 hours by the founders of Fur-Ever Able until she’s old enough to eat solid foods. Her open eye will also be closely monitored and will need to stay as lubricated as possible.
Please watch Mini’s progress on our social media accounts and if you’re able to donate toward Mini’s medical bills and future surgery bills, please click the button below. Her Royal Canin Puppy Dog powder formula can also be purchased via our Amazon Wishlist and the link can be found on our “donte” page. Thank you!
Breed: American Pocket Bully
AGE: Under 1 year
Meet Chapo! This 7mth old pup has been diagnosed with a recurrent urethral prolapse and had been admitted to the OVC animal hospital. He was surrendered to Fur-Ever Able in lieu of being euthanized on December 21st, 2021.
He had two previous small surgeries in which they tacked the mucosa down once and then placed a purse string the second time. The current surgery he needs is a urethral mucosal resection and anastomosis, where the herniated tissue is removed and the penis will be sutured in place. He has a focal thickening in his bladder which the medical staff could not say if it is irritation of the bladder wall vs a tumor, but it would be very strange to have a tumor this young. Severe UTI can certainly cause straining and recurrent urethral prolapse. Further diagnostics would be required and his surgery can take place on December 22nd, 2021 at OVC.
Update – Although we did not have any time to fundraise due to Chapo’s urgent need for surgery, he did have his surgery as scheduled and he has since been released from the hospital. Chapo is now recovering under the care of a loving foster family. That said, we are still fundraising to pay for his $2500 surgical bill. If you can help, please click the link below for Chapo’s GoFundMe and tax receipts are available.
Breed: French Bulldog
DOB: 1.5 years old
This sweet boy was recently surrendered into care and as you can see, he’s missing his right eye. He is good with kids and dogs. He’s now in the care of a foster family and will be following up with our medical team for a overall assessment. He is neutered but will need to receive his vaccines so he will be in care for a minimum of 30 days, pending medical clearance.
Breed: French Bulldog
DOB: 5 years old
This amazing girl came into care with us on December 17th, 2021. She previously had IVDD surgery so she needs to be cautious with her physical activity, especially when jumping and going up/down stairs. She was recently spayed and is up to date with her vaccines, but she will still follow up with our medical team for an overall medical assessment. Penelope will be in care a minimum of 30 days before she will be adoptable, pending medical clearance.
Update-Penelope met with our medical team and she was diagnosed with an ear infection and also had some further diagnostics done in regard to her breathing concerns, in which we are waiting to hear back about the results. In the meantime, she has lost some weight as per the vet’s recommendation, now weighing 38lbs.
This young puppy named Nami was surrendered into our care mid December because she was born with ectopic ureter. As a result, this causes Nami to leak urine uncontrollably because her ureter is not connected properly to her bladder. In females with this condition the urine usually drains into the reproductive organs or urethra. With that said, she will require a surgery in the near future in which we will need to fundraise for but in the meantime, she is making use of diapers. Nami is now in the care of a loving foster home and we are now waiting on an appointment date from her referral to OVC.
Update – Nami attended to OVC animal hosptial, located in Guelph on January 19th, 2022, to meet with a specialist and to also have an abdominal ultrasound performed. It was confirmed she has ectopic ureter and she returned on January 21st, 2022 for a cystoscope in preparation for her surgery, which is scheduled to take place on January 31st. If you’d like to donate towards Nami’s surgery, please click the button below. We have been quoted approximately $5500 for her surgical costs.
Breed: Mini Goldendoodle
Remy was surrendered into our care on December 6th, 2021, as a young puppy and as a result of him being born with ventricular septal defect (VSD) as per his echocardiographic findings. Prior to coming into care, this cute 4lb puppy had already had a consult and diagnostics completed with a cardiac specialist. As he continues to grow we will have him follow up with a specialist in the near future at OVC in order to determine the most appropriate course of action. That said, we will need to fundraise for his medical bills to meet with a cardiologist.
Update – Remy met with our medical team on January 20th, 2022 in regard to his heart condition and it was confirmed he has a heart murmur grade 4/5. At this time, there is nothing we can do medically for Remy but we are going to let him grow over the next month with the hope that we may be able to neuter him soon after.
Breed: Alaskan Malamute
Freddy was surrendered into our care at the end of November 2021, at approximately 3 weeks in age and as a result of him being blind with concave eyes and not feeding well. For his age and breed, he is considered to be very small physically. He is now staying warm in his puppy incubator and being hand fed every couple hours. Keep an eye on our social media live feeds for updates on this cutie!
Update – Freddy is now on solid foods and in the care of a foster family. Thankfully he is thriving and aside from being blind, his eyes look to be in good condition (as we were initially worried he may need them surgically removed). We are now waiting on a referral appointment for him to go see a specialist at the OVC animal hospital to assess his eyes further. Freddy will also be neutered in the near future.
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Romeo came into our care as a newborn neonate as a result of him being born with a cleft palate. He is currently being tube fed every 2 hours while staying warm in his puppy incubator. Once he’s older, he will have a cleft palate surgery prior to him being ready for adoption. If you’d like to donate towards Romeo’s medical bills and future cleft palate surgery, please click the link posted below.
Update – Romeo has been busy growing but seems to be very sensitive. In January 2022, he was placed on antibiotics due to him aspirating.
Breed: Shepherd Mix
Rosebud was surrendered to us on November 21st at approx. 3 weeks of age from the Oshawa Animal Service Center and as a result of her being born with a mouth deformity. She had been surrendered to the Oshawa Animal Service Center when she was only days old as a result of her not being able to open her mouth properly. At this time, she is only able to open her mouth ever so slightly and is currently being tube fed while staying cozy in our puppy incubator. She will be following up with our medical team on November 22nd and having x rays taken. If you’d like to contribute towards Rosebud’s medical expenses, please click the button below.
Update #1- Rosebud met with our vet on Nov 22nd, and it is suspected she is struggling with her jaw muscles so while we give her more time to grow, she has physio exercises Ashley is doing with her after each tube feeding. She had radiographs taken and she is now being referred to OVC animal hospital to see a specialist.
Update #2- On December 13th, 2021, Rosebud met with a specialist at OVC and a MRI has been recommended before the doctor can determine the most appropriate plan of action for her jaw surgery. She is able to have her MRI on December 15th, 2021, but we need to urgently fundraise in order to have the $2000 needed for the MRI. We will also continue to fundraise for her upcoming surgery and we will have an approx cost for her surgery pending the MRI.
Update#3 – Rosebud had her scheduled MRI and it has been recommended that we let her grow for another 1-2 months in hopes that she will gain some more weight before moving forward with her much needed surgery. In the meantime, a feeding tube has been inserted so that she can be fed adequately and without any added pressure on her jaw. If you can, please consider donating towards her surgery. She has a long road ahead of her but she’s one determined little fighter!
Breed: Mixed Breed (Unknown)
Spot came into our care on October 28th, 2021, after being rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. It was later confirmed that she was pregnant and on November 18th, 2021, she gave birth to 9 puppies.
Update – Now that Spot’s puppies are over 8 weeks of age and being placed in their own furever homes, Spot will need to be spayed and medically cleared before she’ll be ready to go up for adoption. Stay tuned.
Breed: American Bulldog
DOB: Almost 8 years old
Menace was surrendered to us mid October of 2021, and at no fault of his own. He does have some urinary incontinence issues that are medical team will need to investigate further in addition to being neutered. He is now in the care of a foster family so stay tuned for more updates.
Menace followed up with our medical team and he was diagnosed with what the veterinarian referred to as a “raging UTI”, which is concerning especially given his age and the fact he’s still in tact. He has since been prescribed medications. We will need to fundraise for Menace for his upcoming diagnostics and medical bills.
Update – On October 28th, 2021, Menace had an ultrasound and it was discovered that he had crystals in his bladder and one attempting to pass in his urethra. He was neutered that same day as per the veterinarian’s recommendation and he is now on prescription medication and a rx specialty diet while being monitored. We are hoping the crystals will pass without the need of any surgical intervention but only time will tell.
Update – Menace has continued to have issues with his bladder and urine leaking so he has had a number of diagnostic tests completed in late December 2022, in which we are waiting to receive the results on.
Cally was surrendered into our care when she was approximately 1 week old on September 30th, 2021, and as a result of her being born with her eyes open and visible defects to her eyes. Although she has a long journey to go, she is staying cozy and warm in our PuppyWarmer incubator as well as being tube fed every 2 hours by Ashley. Cally will be in need of puppy dog formula and medical supplies, so if you’d like to donate any of these items, please visit our “donate” page in order to visit our Amazon Wishlist. Alternatively, Cally will require follow up care with our medical team in regard to her eyes so if you’d like to donate, please click on the button posted below. Thank you in advance!
Cally will require a surgery in the near future to remove her one eye as per our medical team. We will be waiting until she is at least 3 weeks in age before moving forward with this procedure.
Update – Cally was assessed by the vet on Nov 21st, 2021, and it has been decided she will require a surgery in the near future to remove her one non functioning eye. Her surgery date is scheduled for January 3rd, 2022.
Update – Cally had her surgery as scheduled on January 3rd, 2022, and she is now in the care of a foster family as she takes the necessary time to recover. Once she is medically cleared, she will be ready to find her furever home.
Breed: Beagle Mix
DOB: 1 year
Jasper was originally surrendered to us in June of 2021 due to behavioural issues in which he was going to be euthanized for. Since he was only 9 months in age, we wanted to give this boy a second chance. Later, in the fall of 2021, Jasper was adopted but unfortunately this did not work out so he was later returned to us in mid November of 2021.
Update – As of November 2021, Jasper started working with a professional dog trainer along with his foster family’s help in hopes of curving his undesirable behaviours and desensitizing him to human touch. As of mid December, he is making good progress and is enjoying playtime with his foster fur-siblings.
On September 26th, 2021, Zeus was surrendered into our care and at no fault of his own only because his family was relocating to another country and unable to take him with them. He is now in the care of a loving foster family and although we don’t anticipate any serious health concerns, he will still be assessed by our medical team and receive his much needed immunizations. Zeus will remain in care for a minimum of 30 days before he’ll be ready for adoption.
Update – On October 27th, 2021, Zeus attended for his dental surgery and had 12 teeth extracted and will need to have future extractions once he has been given time to recover from this current procedure. His next surgery is scheduled for January 19th, 2022. Once he has recovered, he will be up for adoption.
Breed: Labrador Retreiver
We were originally contacted about this adorable puppy who was in need of a vascular ring anomaly surgery but shortly after, we had been informed she was to be euthanized instead. After we received this tragic news, thankfully we later learned that the decision to euthanize was reconsidered and as fate would have it, as of September 17th, 2021, she came in to our care! So without further ado, introducing the beautiful Buttercup!
This 13 week old, labrador retriever pup is as sweet as can be and a bouncing ball of energy. Now that’s she’s in our care, we have been in talks with the specialist from OVC with a tentative Vascular Ring Anomaly surgery date booked for mid October. In order to make this life saving surgery happen, we need to fundraise approx $6000-8000 ASAP! Please help us help Buttercup! If you’re able to contribute, please EMT email@example.com or alternatively, click on the donate button posted below. Tax receipts are available via the GoFundMe for NonProfit link below and also via EMT. Thank you!
Update – Thank you to everyone who has supported this sweet girl and as of Oct 5th, 2021, we now have fundraised the $8000 goal in order to pay for her heart surgery! Buttercup was able to have her surgery and was discharged from OVC the following day on Oct 8th, 2021 to recover at home with her foster family. Buttercup is scheduled to be spayed on February 1st, 2021.
Breed: French Bulldog
DOB: Under 2 years of age
The lovely Luna was surrendered into our care on September 2nd, 2021, as a result of her struggling with chronic diarrhea since she was a young puppy. This has involved her dealing with frequent defecating, defecating at night and uncontrollable accidents within the home. After consulting with an internist, along with a variety of diagnostics including a colonoscopy, it was determined that her results came back consistent with histiocytic ulcerative colitis. Sadly, this disease can be progressive in nature and even lead to eventual death if left untreated. With a lack of response to all the past long term antibiotic treatments, fecal transplants have been recommended. These transplants can help reset the bacterial flora and resolve diarrhea but two transplants have been recommended, each one week apart. Although it’s not guaranteed to resolve her colitis, it may be a good second step beyond antibiotic therapy according to the internist she met with prior to coming into our care. With that said, we will need to fundraise for Luna in regard to her upcoming medical & surgical needs, so if you’d like to contribute towards Luna’s much needed care, please click on the link below.
Luna has been following up with our medical team and has since had both bloodwork and fecal testing done. Our vet has been consulting with an internist in regard to the next best steps but in the meantime, Luna has been prescribed a biome specialty diet in lieu of the bland diet she was on, as well as a vet prescribed probiotic. After a short trial, it was obvious the rx diet was making Luna worse, causing her to drop weight quickly. She is now back on a bland homemade cooked diet and doing much better but she still is struggling. She has now been referred to OVC and we are waiting on an appointment date to meet with a specialist. In the meantime, she is starting a steroid in addition to taking a vet prescribed probiotic and nutritional supplement.
October 13th, 2021 – Luna took a turn for the worse and was admitted to 24 hour medical care as a result of her refusing to eat and showing obvious signs of discomfort. She can be referred to the Toronto Animal Health Partners to see an internist but we need to fundraise asap in order to make this happen. Thankfully Luna was able to meet with the internist the following week and is now on a new costly medication for a minimum of 8 weeks. This medication is approx $2000 and needs to be injected every 12 hours.
Update – Luna has been responding very well to her medication over the last 7.5+ weeks. She is scheduled to complete this medication on December 16th, 2021 and then she will need to wait approximately 2-3 weeks before following up with the internist in January of 2022. If she continues to improve after completing her medications, the goal is to have her transitioned off the bland diet to a new food to see how she responds. So far her bowel movements are the best they have ever been so we hope this progress continues for Luna’s sake!
Update – Luna met with the internist in January of 2022 for a follow up consult. The internist was very pleased to see that Luna had gained some much needed weight (now 28lbs!) and her energy levels had significantly increased. Luna can now start to slowly transition to a hypoallergenic hydrolyzed protein diet to see how she does, as it’s also suspected she struggles with IBD. Once she has transitioned, Luna is to follow up with the internist in another month.
Breed: Mastiff Mix
DOB: 3 years old
FOSTER FAMILY NEEDED! Myla was originally surrendered into our care in June of 2020, after she had become accustomed to living her life on the end of a chain while enduring physical abuse/mistreatment, in addition to having multiple litters of puppies. Once in our care, her dedicated foster parent worked very closely with her and after the first unsuccessful adoption in September of 2020, she later found a dedicated home in October of 2020. Myla was doing very well in the care of her new family up until recently, almost a year after her adoption when she was able to gain unsupervised access beyond her property, which resulted in her chasing after a child whom she did bite.
URGENT-We are currently looking for a very special (adult only) foster home with no children as well as no other dogs. Please send us a message if you would be interested in working with Myla and her behavioural needs. At this time, we sadly had no other option but to temporarily place her in a local kennel until a suitable foster home can be found.
Breed: Mixed Breed
DOB: Approx. 4-5 years
Raddish was surrendered to us in July of 2021, after being rescued off a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. We have very limited information about her past but it is safe to assume that she’s had numerous litters of puppies and unfortunately it has been confirmed that she is heartworm positive. We will need to fundraise for her costly heartworm treatments so if you’d like to assist us in helping Raddish, please visit click the button below.
Update – Raddish has received her heartworm treatments and will need to be spayed in the near future before she’ll be ready to be adopted.
Breed: American Bully
Oreo was surrendered into our care on August 8th, 2021, as a neonate because he was born with a bilateral cleft lip. Oreo will require around the clock care because he will need to be tube fed every couple of hours. He is now snuggling with Cheech & Chong in the temperature controlled puppy incubator. Once he is old enough, he will need to have a cleft repair surgery as well as some front teeth extracted in the area of his bilateral cleft lip. In the meantime, puppy dog formula and medical tubing supplies are always in need in order to help this cutie grow. If you’d like to help us in helping Orea receive his future cleft repair surgery, please click the button below. As of October 2021, Oreo is now in the care of a foster home.
Update – Oreo has his bilateral cleft lip surgical repair scheduled for December 16th, 2021 along with his neuter. We need to fundraise for his upcoming surgery in order to make this happen for this more than deserving pooch!
Update – On December 3rd, 2021, Oreo gave us quite the scare as his health quickly declined and for unknown reasons. As a result, he was admitted to the OVC emergency hospital and remained in intensive care due to unreadable sodium levels as well as low blood sugars. Thank you to everyone who donated towards his hospital bills and because of your donations, we were able to save this deserving little guy. After a few days, he was later released from OVC with a diagnosis of corpus callosum. He will continued to be closely monitored by his foster family and ensure he continues to stay hydrated. Thank you again to everyone for your support. We will now give him some time to recover before moving onto his cleft lip surgery which has been rescheduled to January 27th, 2022.
Chong was surrendered to us as a newborn neonate on August 7th, 2021, as a result of him being born with a cleft lip. Chong will remain in care at the Fur-Ever Able hub, where he will be tube fed around the clock and stay warm & cozy in the puppy incubator until he is old enough to go to a foster family. That said, we will need to fundraise in order for Chong to receive his cleft palate and cleft lip surgeries that he so deserves. If you’d like to help us in helping Chong, please click on the button below.
It has been confirmed that Chong will require surgery for his cleft palate and cleft lip and this surgery is scheduled to take place on December 16th, 2021. If you’d like to contribute towards Chong’s upcoming surgery, please click on the button below. Thank you.
Update – Chong had his cleft palate & lip surgery on December 16th, 2021. He will need time to recover but once fully healed, he will be ready to be adopted.
Chong has been doing well post operatively and still your typical energetic boxer pup, but sadly he decided to rip out his feeding tube much earlier than it should have been removed. Although his lip sutures didn’t hold as planned, his palate seems to be healing well so far. He will be following up with the vet on January 24th, 2022 and if all goes well, we hope to have him posted for adoption in the near future.
Breed: Mastiff Mix
Josie and her 11 puppies (born 3JUL2021) were surrendered in early August of 2021, from a northern reserve, located in Manitoba. Prior to being surrendered, Josie and her puppies were living on the dirt ground within a shed and with numerous car parts scattered amongst them. Josie will be following up with our medical team as she is underweight, in addition to having a severe “cherry eyes” that will both require surgical intervention. Once her puppies are old enough, Josie will undergo her cherry eye surgeries and will also need spayed. Her puppies will remain in care until they are a minimum of 8 weeks old and medically cleared to be adopted.
Update – Josie is now free of her puppy duties and enjoying her time at the Fur-Ever Able hub. This sweetheart of a dog is now waiting for her upcoming surgeries (eye surgeries and spay), which is now scheduled to take place on January 24th, 2022.
Josie is looking for a foster to adopt home! Please submit your foster application or send us a message to learn more.
Breed: English Bulldog
Sunflower was surrendered into our care at approximately 11 weeks of age and as a result of her struggling with both urine and fecal incontinence. She is now in the care of a loving foster home while she awaits her veterinarian appointment for anticipated radiographs as well as an ultrasound, in hopes that she may be able to start a drug therapy to assist her with her urinary incontinence. Her hind legs are also mildly splayed so this will be looked into as well.
Update-Sunflower’s tail amputation and spay date has been set for December 16th, 2021. That said, we will need to fundraise for this much needed surgery so if you’d like to help us in helping this sweet bulldog, please click on the button below.
Update – Sunflower had her tail amputation and spay on December 16th, 2021, and thankfully it went smoothly. Once she has recovered and is medically cleared, she will be adoptable. Stay tuned.
Breed: Mixed Breed
Newman recently was surrendered back into our care in June of 2021, after being adopted out from our rescue approximately 1 month earlier. Unfortunately Newman bit his new owner while he was being physically redirected. Thankfully his owner did not require any medical attention but this unacceptable behaviour needs to be investigated further. We are currently exploring training opportunities for this large boy in hopes of setting him up for long term success.
Update – Since coming back into care, Newman has been in ongoing training and has made amazing progress. So much so that he is now ready to find a furever family of his own! Check out the “adoptable dogs” page to learn more!
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Since coming into care, Touie has attended to both Cheltenham Vet and met with a specialist at MOVEH for further diagnostics in regard to her diabetes, heart concerns and being undersized. A recent repeat of her bloodwork revealed mild anemia, hyperphosphatemia and hypercalcemia, all of which are consistent with juvenile diabetes status. There was also significant hyperglycemia consistent with diabetes mellitus and elevated liver enzymes, which is likely secondary to diabetes. An echocardiogram revealed evidence of moderate pulmonic stenosis, which is a congenital abnormality of one of her heart valves. At this time, no intervention is needed for her heart, but she will need to be monitored over time. Long story short, she has been diagnosed with congenital heart disease and diabetes mellitus and the plan moving forward is to keep Touie on a strict specialized diet, with a strong emphasis on consistency and scheduling. Touie will continue to receive her insulin injections in hopes of stabilizing her diabetic levels and avoiding hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. She will continue to be very closely monitored but in the meantime, she’s become best friends with our sweet Skye.
With that said, this palliative pup is looking for monthly sponsors so please be sure to learn more about Touie on the “sponsor a dog” page or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
The lovely Lady was was surrendered into our care on March 4th, 2021, as a result of her being born with a cleft palate. Since then, she was raised at the Fur-Ever Able hub as neonate, being tube fed around the clock. Lady was doing very well up until the beginning of May, which later prompted an emergency vet visit to MOVEH. At this time, she was officially in heart failure and diagnosed with ventricular septal defect (VSD), which is when the wall between the her two ventricles fails to fuse normally, ultimately leaving a hole in her heart’s inner wall. Unfortunately we have been told that the surgery she could qualify for has only been performed in the USA. Thankfully she has returned home from the hospital and will require daily medications in regard to her heart disease and on a long term basis in order for her to survive. Sadly, she will remain in long term palliative care but rest assured, we will keep her happy and healthy for as long as we can! Lady recently was placed in a foster home with a registered vet technician so we are relieved to know she is in great hands where she will be monitored closely!
With that said, this palliative pup is looking for monthly sponsors so please be sure to learn more about Lady on the “sponsor a dog” or email email@example.com to learn more.
Breed: Huskey Cross
She was surrendered to us from another rescue and travelled all the way to us from a northern reserve. Sky is still quite young and she is a paraplegic. Even without the use of her hind end, she does like to follow her “two leggers” around when given the opportunity and she’s definitely one of the best snuggle bugs around. Overall, she’s an amazing dog but it’s heartbreaking to see her struggle given her current state with her lack of mobility. We will do everything it takes to get Sky what she needs in order to succeed and live the best life moving forward.
Update – February 2021, Skye has been spayed and also underwent her double leg amputation. She is on the mend and not letting anything slow her down! Sadly she is struggling with ongoing seizures but she does have a wheelchair so she will require some additional time to acclimatize herself to her new wheels.
Breed: St. Bernard
A local animal rescuer contacted us in regard to Angela and it was learned that her previous family had no time for her and essentially had given up on her. It was suspected that there was an underlying undiagnosed medical issue. Once in our care we had her thoroughly assessed by a vet in addition to some diagnostic testing. Sadly, Angela has been diagnosed with kidney disease and she will continue to require regular IV fluids. We are sad to share that her life expectancy does look grim, however she will continue to stay with her amazing foster family while they provide her with the necessary palliative care she so needs, and deserves! Angela is just one gentle giant and rest assured, we will continue to keep her happy and comfortable.
Angela is looking for monthly sponsorships for September of 2021 and on so please be sure to visit our “sponsor a dog” page or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to sign up!