In San Antonio, Texas, a four-year-old Siberian husky was found as a stray with a massive growth on her head and face.
“It’s a mass that is covering both eyes and has grown into her mouth. They have her on pain meds and IV fluids. They also fixed her name, so now she is named ‘Wendy’, a shelter volunteer posted on social media Saturday afternoon.
“It’s entirely possible she will need to be humanely euthanized but, maybe a foster hospice could at least take her for a little and show her some love and spoil her so she doesn’t have to die confused and scared in a shelter…”
On Tuesday evening, Wendy was rescued and transferred to Dallas Dog -Rescue, Rehab.Reform. Accompanied by a representative from the rescue organization, the dog was headed to a specialist who had made special arrangements for her late arrival.
Wendy has since been renamed Serenity, and she is described as a gentle and sweet dog. She is currently being examined by a specialist – an early diagnosis indicates she has a large invasive tumor. This girl needs nothing short of a miracle.
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Posted by Dallas Dog – Rescue.Rehab.Reform on Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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