Cody is an 11 year old Coonhoud
Cody came to us when his previous owner had passed away. He is a twelve year old hound, and is a calm, friendly, cuddly fellow. Once you take him outside, this senior has a surprising amount of energy! He loves walking to the park and the beach, and making friends with other dogs there. Cody is being fostered by Alex, and has quickly become Alex's new best friend. Cody follows Alex around the house and often asks for pats with a gentle tap of his paw. He is a really charming and loveable dog, even if he does like to hog the bed [😉]
Sponsored- Thank you Nadine Arena
Silas is an 15 year old Hound x
We received an email about a 15 year old hound mix at the pound that was in rough shape. How could we resist!
As soon as we read his story we had to have him join our Palliative program.
thanks to our volunteers he was picked up the next morning and rushed straight to Eagleson Veterinary Clinic Kanata for bloodwork, tests and to have his mouth checked. Silas mouth smelled so bad that it was hard to be on the room with him without your eyes watering. The amazing team at Eagleson Vet took great care of sweet Silas and he was
Silas is now feeling so much better and being spoiled
Welcome to Freedom sweet old boy.
Silas is being sponsored by the AMAZING Nadine Arena ❤ Thank you so much. you are his angel. We are not looking for any other donations for him as he has been covered.
Mia is a 9 year old Great Dane (Palliative)
Mia is such a sweet girl that loved her people. She came to Freedom from a pound in Quebec where they took amazing care of her. She had a mammary tumor removed before coming into care and had severe arthritis. Mia is now palliative and all her expenses will be covered by Freedom while she lives her days in foster care ❤
If you would like to be Mia's angel and sponsor her life care please email us at email@example.com
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Missy is a 16 year old Pom
This sweet girls name is Missy. Missy is a 16 year old pom who was loved dearly by her home.
Missy's mom had to move into a retirement home and was not allowed to take her with her so she wanted to make sure her baby was well taken care of.
Miss has now joined our palliative program and as promised to her amazing mom she will be spoiled and taken care of in her retirement.
If you would like to be Missy’s palliative sponsor please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sammy is a young at heart 12yr. old Pomeranian mix.
When he came into care he was timid but was craving love and attention.
It didn't take long for him to make himself right at home and fit in well with all the other dogs and cats.
Sammy loves his walks, cuddle on the couch, the odd treat and play with his brother dog, Moe.
Although he is a senior he looks as young as 5yrs. A true love bug [💜]
If you would like to be Sammy's angel and sponsor his after life care please email us at email@example.com
Sponsored- Thank you Nadine Arena
Storm is a Swiss Mountain Dog (Palliative)
Storm came to Freedom when she was 4 months old from pound in Quebec where she was surrendered. We were contacted because Storm needed to be rushed to emergency. She was having continous seizures and they thought she had a broken spine or pelvis issues. We rushed straight to pick her up to get her to VCA Canada Alta Vista Animal Hospital where she saw a neurologist (Dr Anne Chauvet). Storm was admitted to the hospital because no-one was sure that she would make it. Not only was something going on neurologically, her back end didn’t work and they realized she had a bad heart.
She had tests and treatments done: spinal tap- which confirmed she had meningitis, eosinophilis lab work - negative, heart work tests ammonia - negative
suspect meningitis, eosinophilic mixed pleocystosis - protozoal, tick borne, parasitic, allergic
cardiac disease/murmur 4/6
Prognosis: this could be due to viral, fungal, guarded for now although we have some control of the seizures now.
That was what was said at the hospital. Fast forward and Storm had been seizure free for almost a month, is running around and acting like a puppy and her sight is back.
PALLIATIVE CARE FOSTERS
Patrick is a 14-year-old Labrador Retriever
Patrick was surrendered to a shelter in Quebec with no background information and was picked up by Freedom on St Patrick’s Day. He is one lucky dude! Patrick is loving, loyal, and still very playful at his ripe old age. He has some arthritis in his back legs but that doesn’t stop him from playing with his new best friend and foster brother Buddy, the lab mix. Patrick is palliative and all his expenses will be covered by Freedom while he enjoys his retirement with his foster family. Patrick will be living out the rest of his life with Kim and Scotty in the country where he can roll around in the grass and snow and play with his foster siblings Buddy, Stevie, and Joey. This guy is a real ‘good boy’ and he deserves the best! If you would like to be Patrick’s angel and sponsor his life care, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Goose is a 9 year old Yorkie x
Goose was found as a stray in Quebec before ending up at the SPCA. We were then contacted to give him a retirement home. Little Goose has a growing mass on his head that we have to get checked. Welcome to your Retirement life Goose.
If you would like to be Patrick’s angel and sponsor his life care, please email us at email@example.com
Thomas is an 11 year old Airedale. (Palliative)
Thomas is such a great character. He found himself alone at the shelter until his loving foster mom contacted us to help. He is full of love and life ❤
Freedom will be covering all his expenses and medical care until the end.
If you would like to be Thomas's angel and sponsor his life care please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucky Lady is an 8 year old Australian Cattle dog x
Lucky Lady came from North Carolina where she survived the hurricane, then moved from Buffalo to the Welland SPCA in Canada. She was almost adopted when they discovered her belly was full of fluid... maybe cancer, or an enlarged heart. They looked for someone to take her in as a palliative, and found Freedom. Lucky Lady is so full of life, you wouldn’t know there’s anything wrong with her if it weren’t for her swollen belly. She had surgery recently, and we now know she has a very bad case of liver fibrosis. She’s on medication and special diet to keep her condition under control. Lucky Lady is really “Lucky”. Not only is she a hurricane survivor, but she has also pulled off multiple medical plot twists... and now she's REALLY enjoying life, and being spoiled rotten.
If you would like to be PLucky Lady's angel and sponsor her after life care, please email us at email@example.com
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