Last Updated: September 11, 2005
Here is Madison's story, as told by her rescuer:
"Madison was surrendered to our program when her owner's needed to go to an assisted living situation due to their own declining health.
"She doesn't like the young & active female Corgi in her foster home but she coexists nicely with male dogs and enjoys the company of people. Information
"Madison has a funny personality and we are thoroughly enjoying her silly self! Madison arrived grossly overweight. She has been on a "green bean" diet and is losing weight at a slow but steady rate.
"A tumor on her neck the size of quarter, and a mass the size of the palm of your hand found on her rib cage area on her left side - recommended that both be examined to rule out cancer. Cytology showed the mass on her rib cage to be adipose (fatty) tissue and was aspirated with a needle. Histopathology results on tumor removed from neck showed tumor to be benign, completely excised, and no further treatment needed and tumor should not return."
CorgiAid supporters have helped Madison get rid of her bumps, so she can get ready to look for the loving retirement home she deserves. Thank you!