Molly Mae was found as a stray by a Good Samaritan. Wanting to save this dog’s life, Charlene brought her to a local veterinary hospital, but she could not afford the extensive care, so Charlene reached out to the Kentucky Humane Society for help. Thanks to a grant from Dogs Trust USA, we were able to help Charlene pay for part of the hospitalization bill.
Charlene then surrendered Molly Mae to KHS so our veterinary team could perform surgery and spay her to stop progesterone, which was feeding the tumors. Because there were so many large tumors, our veterinarian was only able to remove half the tumors, as there was not enough skin to close the surgery site if she had removed them all. After Molly heals, Dr. Bewley will perform a second surgery to remove the tumors on Molly’s left side.
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