Last Updated: August 05, 2013
Here is Polly's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"Polly was in a shelter. She was an owner turn-in to the shelter and they put her on the rescue only list due to her mouth issues (very bad teeth). We were able to work with another rescue to get her pulled for safety and she was with a foster for 4 days until she could get to us. During that time foster home was in constant contact with me and mentioned she was urinating small amounts with copious amounts of blood, so had them take her to the vet there, to start antibiotics.
"Not only did Polly come with rotten teeth, she came with bladder stones, a tumor on a mammary and a tumor in her mouth.
"Polly's tumor near mammary is malignant, however with clean margins, the tumor in her mouth was precancerous, but removed, possibility it could return, never know, her stones were struvite stones, meaning lots of infection that she is being treated for."
CorgiAid supporters are helping Polly get as healthy as she can possibly be, so she can have the happy retirement she deserves. Thank you!
Polly was rescued in Arizona.