Last Updated: May 23, 2015
CorgiAid's core mission is to help homeless corgis get healthy, so they can find permanent loving homes.
Once in a while a very newly-adopted corgi turns out to have medical expenses that are higher than was expected. The dog may need extensive dental care, or may have heartworm, for example. In these cases, CorgiAid may be able to help with part of the cost of these issues, to help the dog stay in the new home.
Lulu is one of these dogs. She came to her new home with a salivary gland tumor. The vet found worrisome cells, and recommended surgery.
CorgiAid supporters helped Lulu get the tumor removed, and the very good news is that the pathology report was good -- no cancer. Lulu is all ready to enjoy her new life. Thank you!