As soon as Tundra was put into our care we had to get him to the vet as he had some very noticeable skin issues and importantly to have a mid-size tumor removed.
Thank goodness it was benign.
Unfortunately, that was only the beginning of the issues he has had to deal with in the beginning of May poor Tundra is still dealing with the skin issues which we are still trying to address also, recurring bladder infections, and possibly a hypothyroid condition along with the Diabetes he was just recently diagnosed with. It will take many vet visits and adjustments but we are confident we can it under control.
Please note: Diabetes in dogs is not a death sentence at all. Just a matter of testing and balancing insulin with food. Just like humans.
I have to tell you Tundra is just an amazing boy he is as happy and sweet as the day is long, just this week alone Tundra has had ultrasound on his bladder, and a urine culture, skin scraping and a thyroid panel done.
Thru all this testing, and diagnosis one thing remains the same Tundra's joy for life, always a happy boy, willing to give kisses and snuggles with all his heart.
Will you please help us?? Ask coworkers, neighbors and friends!!
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