Buddy was a homeless dog living a hard life on the streets, but never lost hope. He was sleeping under cars, relying for survival on the occasional treats offered by the kind passersby. He is all just kindness and love and couldn’t be more grateful and happy that he was rescued and offered a second chance. Unfortunately, the medical investigations revealed the presence of a tumor on his spleen and immediate surgery was required.
He underwent total splenectomy and we sent samples of the tumor to a specialized laboratory for histopathological examination, but the results received were not as we wished: Buddy was diagnosed with incipient lymphoma. However, because we have detected it in time, it gives us hope that he will be able to live a comfortable and happy life for a longer period.
Buddy is about 6 years old, weights ~ 28 kg and has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. He is very well behaved indoor and loves to be taken out for walks and he does very well on leash.
We don’t know if he’s ever had a home, but he needs now more than ever a caring and responsible adoptive family to fill his remaining years with much love and compassion.