Golden Retriever Abandoned with 46-Pound Tumor

dog with tumor

Dogs are just like humans in that they get sick. It’s sad and heartbreaking, and it’s unfortunate. They often do become ill and require the attention of a vet to make them feel better, but we are certain that these animals are also very sweet and very king. They are not looking to make anyone’s life any more complicated than it already is, but we know it’s a simple fact that many people are more concerned about the cost of a vet bill than they are the health of their animal. What that means for them is that they will abandon their animals if they seem to become too expensive, and this sweet dog lived with that kind of family, unfortunately. When this darling Golden Retriever was found wandering the streets, it was with a massive tumor in his belly.

The tumor was so big it weighed 46-pounds by itself. Still, this dog was so loving and so sweet when rescuers found him that they couldn’t help but want to rescue him and save him and make his life that much simpler. He is a beautiful dog with so much to give and so much to offer that he simply needed to be saved. Fortunately, he was found by caring people who were willing to help him, and he was able to get the help he needed to save his life. Take a look at the video below to see for yourself just how his story goes and just how sweet this dog really is.   


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