His former owners disregarded the enormous salivary tᴜᴍᴏʀ for more than six years. The poor dog was in excruciating pain. He cried constantly and couldn’t even move his head.
A wonderful dog is now receiving medical attention after his former owners ignored his massive salivary tᴜᴍᴏʀ for an astonishing six years. The Long Way Home rescue organization claims that although Jake’s former family loved him. They neglected to take him to the vet when his face swelled.
According to the owners, Jake has been coping with a salivary tᴜᴍᴏʀ for 6 years since they initially thought a snake .b.ite was to blame. He is extremely well-behaved, potty trained, gets along with other dogs, and can even shake. He was raised as an indoor dog.
Jake was found roaming in a rural part of Texas last week, and Cribs for Canines set out to persuade his family to give up ownership so that he could get the medical care he need from a veterinarian. Jake is receiving treatment in Waco. He has already seen a great deal of comfort after a sizable amount of ꜰʟᴜɪᴅ was removed.
We switched to a new veterinarian last year. We made the change on a good friend’s recommendation and could not be happier. Our new vet is thorough, compassionate, smart as a whip, and an outstanding diagnostician. Her staff members are also competent and welcoming. Our new veterinarian’s standard policy is that owners remain with their dogs and cats for physical examinations and for all healthcare procedures that good veterinary practice allows.
Fortunately – amazingly – the vet told Mike that the pre-surgery room has a large observation window, so Mike could watch as Cooper was being treated if he so desired.
Jake was able to move his head for the first time in 6 years. It was quite simple to complete!
He looks to be in good health overall, eating and urinating normally, and being upbeat.