WAG's latest Critical Care Case, November 2023
This little young lady came into our care when she unfortunately required emergency surgery and hospitalization at Coast Mountain Vets for several days after becoming really unwell. Birch was brought in by her loving family presenting with vomiting, lethargy, inappetence and had lost weight. After undergoing lots of tests including blood work, X-Rays and more she underwent surgery for a foreign object removal. The team at Coast had a successful surgery removing an object from her stomach.
She is now on the road to recovery but it has not been easy with ongoing hospitalization required daily to receive fluids, pain killers, antibiotics and monitoring of her kidney function which is still a concern. We thank the vet team at Coast who have worked around the clock to provide extensive care which has given her the best chance at recovery. She is in the best hands in an experienced medical foster home and we have our fingers crossed that she will continue being brave and strong while she recovers from this event. She's a fighter who has been through so much in the past few days, we are grateful to our Critical Care Fund donors who generously give to our special fund to help those animals who need it the most when the worst happens.
If you would like to donate to Birch's vet bills and ongoing care, please visit the link below. Keep an eye on our socials for updates on her fight to get better and to find out once she is ready to start her adoption journey.