Age: 8
Adoption Fees: $500
Adoption Status:

October 26, 2021 – Unfortunately, Nana passed away after going to the vet because she wasn’t eating.  The vet performed a surgery to remove 15cm of dead small intestine and our sweet girl didn’t make it. RIP sweet Nana.

October 12, 2021 – Nana has been feeling much better this past week and has almost gained full control of her bladder showing she is house trained. She is asking to play fetch with the ball, and sometimes plays tag with her foster siblings. Nana still tires very quickly even on short walks due to her breathing difficulties. This also means her breathing is quite noisy just walking around the house, unless she is has been at rest for a few minutes. Nana can often be found snuggling with her foster sister, and loves to follow her foster family through the house.

October 4, 2021 – Nana had a surgery to remove several stones in her bladder and she was also spayed.  We have decided to go ahead with the stone removal surgery sooner as she was in bad discomfort and most likely pain.  The procedures went very well and she is back to her foster family for a smooth recovery.  A biopsy of her bladder has been sent for analysis.

September 30, 2021 – At 21 pounds, Nana has been working hard at getting herself back to a healthier weight. Today she walked the farthest stretch yet, enjoying the benefit of making it to the edge of the nature trail. She has completed her round of antibiotics to treat a UTI so her urgency has greatly reduced, but she is still struggling with her bladder control and blood in her urine. It is a pleasure to see Nana starting to play with balls and the other dogs more regularly. Nana will be having a surgery October 4 to remove the stones in her bladder and provide more relief of her symptoms. Nana prefers to be next to her humans and fur friends instead of being alone.

September 17, 2021 – Nana came in yesterday.  She is 8 years old and not spayed.  Nana went to the vet yesterday afternoon as she has had blood in her urine for several months.  The vet took xrays and saw numerous stones in her bladder.  Before we can think of having those surgically removed, Nana will need to lose 2kg.  Despite her health condition, Nana is in good spirit and she is super nice and friendly.  She settled well for her night.  Stay tuned for more on Nana in the coming week.