Saturday, July 9, 2011

Shih Tzu rescued in Ampang

Shih Tzu at our panel clinic
Shih Tzu on the day of her rescue

Remember the Shih Tzu that was found in adrain in Ampang?

Well, she at one of our panel clinics now and have been found to have several issues.

1) She was urinating blood and puss and this is indicative of a bladder infection.

2) She has two lumps near her teats and this has been determined as mammary gland tumours.

Given this the dog will be operated on to remove the tumours and at the same time spayed. Mammary gland tumours are prevalent in dogs that are not spayed and we suspect that she may have been dumped because of her tumours as well as the puss and blood that was coming through her urine.

Usually when mammary gland tumours are removed, the underlying tissue are also removed to prevent the possibility of spread.

The vet has also estimated her to be anywhere between six to eight years. As usual we will stand by her and ensure that she gets a new lease of life.

Anyone wanting to help with this aunty's medical bills can make cheques in favour of:

Cheques in favour of:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd

and mail it to:

c/o No 48, Jalan Jeriji U8/75C, Bukit Jelutong, 40150, Shah Alam, Selangor.

Or bank into:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd (654290-T)

Public Bank Account Number: 3151793708.

Donors can also make cheques or payments directly to the veterinary clinic and to do this please call 019-3576477 to get clinic details.

Details: 019-3576477,012-3739007,017-2081844


Didi said...

What is the estimated medical fee expected for his Shihtzu?

Anonymous said...

Don't know yet Didi. The vet will have to conduct surgery first to see extent of tumour infiltration.

Didi said...

I am not sure if its Sharmini replying. If you are, I am Doreen. Please message me on FB and let me know the medical cost. I want to consider helping if I can afford to do so. Thanks.