We are also currently looking for a Foster Home that would be willing to take Hyblu in while she finishes her chemo treatment. She still needs to undergo at least 7 sessions of chemo, which means almost 7 weeks of just being confined inside her cage at the Vet Clinic. She would really benefit from being able to walk around more freely as she recovers and just being fed well. Our team will try to support in the transportation of Hyblu, but it would be a big help if her foster home can bring her to the Vet for her chemo sessions.
She is now at the Bulacan Shelter and will continue her chemo treatments there.
A reported rescue who was thought going to be saved by another rescue group but ended up staying in the same place after a few days of the report. After several rescues accommodated and us about to put rescuing on hold, we sent a team all the way to Rizal to pick up Hyblu. Her tumor has grown so big it’s now bigger than her face. She’s a really gentle dog and it breaks our hearts to see her suffer.
Upon initial assessment, she was found to have/be:
– Blood infection
– Tumor in need of several sessions of chemo once bloodworks are managed which will take a while.
Thank you for Doc Anju for always being there for our rescues!
Ciara Heimbrod Sengson
Saint Suppapong Udomkaewkanjana
Cherry Mae Calimpusan