Some pups are left to fend for themselves due to their illness, age, or just their looks, and regrettably, they spend their lives in shelters, on the streets, or even die without experiencing the sense of being loved and protected.
It is everyone’s responsibility to raise awareness about the necessity of adoption without any sort of demand, but rather as an act of solidarity and love. All dogs deserve a chance, and we must learn to view the world through their eyes: the eyes of the heart.
This husky named Serenity was transferred from a shelter in San Antonio to this place, she has an invasive tumor that developed in her nasal cavity and rose over her eyes and skull.
Serenity, a husky, was relocated from a shelter in San Antonio to this location because she has an aggressive tumor in her nasal cavity that has spread to her eyes and skull.
The tumor has impacted almost all of the bones in this husky dog’s face, yet she does not lose her joy or desire to live despite the difficulties of her sickness.
They realized at the shelter that she needed love and support, so they work hard every day to provide her with the greatest possible quality of life.
Patti Dawson, the animal shelter’s president, chose to assist her and has demonstrated that it is worthwhile to reach out to all dogs, regardless of their condition. It’s been wonderful to see how happy this cute husky has been since they’ve been together.
Patti Dawson stated that she is a very kind person who has always been appreciative for the assistance she has gotten.
“She rises up, leans in with her massive tumor on her face, and kisses me on the lips.” “From the beginning, I knew we were going to battle to the end to do all we could to rescue her because she still had life,” Patti Dawson said.
The adorable husky sat for a skilled animal photographer, who captured highly emotive photographs. Renee Dowhaniuk was in charge of organizing a picture shoot to commemorate the gorgeous puppy.
Serenity captivates everyone around her, as well as hundreds of others on social media who have heard about her situation, with her nobility.
Serenity was seen by an oncologist, an internist, and a critical care expert. Veterinarians banded together to assist them, and the dog is now able to see, breathe, and feed on her own, but they are unable to remove the tumor.
Dawson thought they could provide his husky with an effective therapy or procedure, but he would continue to endeavor to provide him with days of maximum delight and ensure his well-being.
“We didn’t get the news we hoped, but it doesn’t mean we won’t continue to love her as she deserves,” said the husky dog’s foster mother.
Serenity has become the beloved dog of hundreds of people, and her owner gets presents at home from folks who have been inspired by her story, hoping that she can stay this way for many more years, pain-free and surrounded by love.
Solidarity has been there to assist this dog, with over 300 packets of special food and other items delivered to her home.