Mini Pinscher Miroo was formerly an active and playful puppy. She enjoyed daily walks and was really driven by food. One day, though, she became ill and nearly lost all motivation to continue living.
Miroo suddenly got a bump on her rear leg. It began as a little mass but gradually became larger over the course of several days. Her grandmother, concerned for her health, took her to a neighboring clinic for a check-up.
Grandma hoped that the lump on her dog’s leg was not dangerous and that, if it would not actually go away on its own, it could be treated with medication. Sadly, that wasn’t the case.
The veterinarians were unable to establish what it was or what should be done about it as it grew in size.
Without the ability to transport Miroo to the city’s veterinary hospital, Grandma had no choice but to treat Miroo’s lump as a simple wound. However, over time, it grew worse. Not only did really it grow in size, but it also became infected.
The illness of Miroo caused the dog terrible anguish. The discomfort she felt prevented her from moving or playing freely. She ceased taking walks and now spends her days in bed.
Members of a humanitarian organization eventually learned about Miroo and decided to help the dog. They contacted a veterinarian, who suggested sending her to the hospital for a more thorough evaluation. Shortly thereafter, the physicians consented to do surgery.
Certainly, the technique was more complicated than it appeared. It took hours to complete, and Grandma was anxious the entire time. However, as soon as her dog left the operating room, she felt tremendous relief and thanked the physicians for their assistance.
Three years passed before Miroo obtained the necessary medical attention, and her grandmother could not have been more appreciative of the assistance they received. She wept when she realized her dog will once again have the opportunity to live a happy and active life.
Source: Kritter Klub