According to The Penguin, Nina arrived at Wright Way Rescue in late November, the dog shed tears as it was brutally confiscated from North Memphis. She has a 13 lb tumor hanging in her abdomen, as well as two smaller tumors in her left mammary gland chain.
She is skinny for her litter, has a higher temperature than the other dogs, and she has a terrible skin infection on her hips and hind tail. It was an intense process preparing her for sᴜʀɢᴇʀʏ, knowing that each passing day greatly increased the risk of tumor rupture.
However, it is important to take the time to meet with the relevant veterinary professionals and complete all the testing and preoperative care she desperately needs. Doctors also had to lift her weight so she could withstand the anesthetic. All of these efforts are aimed at improving her survival prospects after an operation that is likely to lose a lot of blood and also has a higher-than-normal risk of death. It’s full of activities!
On December 8, Nina underwent major surgery and she came out looking extremely erratic. After fully recovering from surgery, the dog shed tears of happiness after having removed the tumor that was clinging to him. She went to one of Wright-Way’s outstanding medical adoption families, where she grew. Postoperative biopsy results showed that the smaller tumor was benign and, as expected, the larger tumor was a soft tissue sarcoma.
All indications are that she is recovering well and that she will soon be ready to find her permanent home. In the end, Nina had a caring family where she was cared for and loved, and would have to suffer no more. Any dog deserves to live their happiest life, we humans do not abandon them for any reason but take good care of it.