in Memory of Nalda

in Memory of Nalda

We lost Nalda yesterday.  She has been acting “old” for a few days and Sunday didn’t even want to go for a walk.  She wouldn’t eat yesterday morning, so I took her to the vet yesterday.  She had a huge tumor on her spleen that was obliterating all of her other organs on the x-ray.  She was bleeding internally.  They said that we had 2 choices; put her to sleep right then as she was suffering or do emergency surgery to remove her spleen and tumor.  They only gave her 30% chance of surviving surgery as  they said she was most likely 12, not 8, and she was anemic. Even with a transfusion, they said her chances were not good at all.  I did not want to put her through all that only to lose her on the table, so I called Buzzy and he came to be with me when we put her to sleep.

Please remember my girl on the rainbow bridge.  I only had 4 month with her, but at least they were happy months and she didn’t die in that shelter.

Thank you!

Unfortunately, there is a need for Siberian Husky rescue groups because their owners are not familiar with the breed or informed as to their characteristics and traits.
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South Florida Siberian Husky Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit organization. We assist in finding homes for abused / neglected and abandoned purebred Siberian Huskies.
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Florida State Registration number is #CH12548. 100% of each contribution received by SFSHR, Inc. goes towards the care and placement of the rescue dogs in our care.
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