Daisy was saved with a huge tumor taking up half her face.
We have created this product campaign to help raise the funds needed to save a dog named Daisy. She was rescued by the team at SNARR Northeast Rescue with a huge tumor that took up half of her face.
Upon rescue they did get the terrible news that her growth was Osteosarcoma. However, it is was a locally aggressive tumor that’s had not metastasized. Daisy was taken straight to the Veterinary Cancer Center where surgeons made the decision to proceed with surgery to remove the growth.
Daisy had her big surgery and rescuers would call it a success! Doctors knew getting totally clean margins was not an option, but the majority of her tumor was able to be removed. Daisy woke up quickly from anesthesia which was a big relief, as rescuers were concerned with the aggressive nature of the surgery.
Daisy is recovering tonight in the hospital with her own personal vet tech and she will then recuperate for a few weeks and start her radiation treatments. Daisy is back in her medical foster home. Her foster mom spends every waking moment with Daisy showering her with loved and care.
Despite everything Daisy is a VERY happy girl and even with being on pain medications she is wiggly, active and playful. It’s hard not to instantly fall for this incredibly sweet love bug.
UPDATE 11-30-18: Look at gorgeous Daisy after her surgery to remove a large osteosarcoma bone growth from her face. It looks drastic, but she actually is much more comfortable now and more importantly, she will now have a MUCH better prognosis with radiation to live many years. She will recover for a few more weeks before starting radiation.
Please consider purchasing one of Daisy’s products you see below to help raise the funds for her surgery and radiation treatments. With every purchase you can help rescuers continue to give Daisy the care she desperately needs!
SNARR Northeast (Special Needs Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation) is based out of Westchester County, New York and founded in 2011. SNARR Northeast saves the toughest dogs to place; those with serious medical conditions, paralyzed dogs, deaf and blind dogs, severely emaciated dogs, dogs with neurological deficits & disease, dogs with injuries and orthopedic issues … the animals that nobody else wants; the dogs that would otherwise be euthanized.