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MEET MAX - Neglected Lurcher

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

8 Years

Male

Medium

Part of adoption

Only dog

Adults only

No

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MEET MAX - VERY LOVING NEGLECTED LURCHER - FOSTER CONSIDERED
Max is a very loving Lurcher that has suffered serious neglect. He has come into our care from a local dog warden who sadly found Max in this shocking state. Max has a tumour which has been left untreated. This tumour has burst and is now an open sore. Max has been seen by our vets as an emergency and is now on strong pain killers and antibiotics. Due to Max's tumour now ulcerating surgery on Max has been sadly impossible. Under our vets recommendation we are now told that if Max were to have surgery that he would be left with another open wound that would be unlikely to heal. This is due to the sheer size of the tumour. Max now has had a biopsy to determine whether this is cancerous or not so we can establish where we go from here. Sadly the tumour is so large and is such a difficult place that it would be impossible to remove all the tumour if we were to attempt to remove it. We are absolutely heartbroken at the verdict and are now waiting for test results. Max is a very happy lad despite what he has endured for such a long time. He adores a cuddle and a fuss and time out of his kennel in the sunshine.

THE HOME SAD MAX NEEDS
Max needs a very special home. We feel that this may be palliative care fro this amazing dog. We totally understand that many people will not consider due to the sheer heartache this will bring. We appeal for a very special human being with a large garden and a very big heart. Please call to discuss in more details. Thank you. Tel 07843 151819.

It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs and dogs left in difficult circumstances. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and the work we do then please telephone for an informal chat or email us via our adopt button on this page with details about yourself and the dog you are enquiring about. Lifestyle details are important when considering adoption. All our rescue dogs have different needs. Good Life Dog Rescue exists without staff. We run completely on few volunteers and pay no wages. Please get in touch if you can offer Finn a very special home. Click on the adoption form and complete an application. Thank you. Due to a huge amount of applications and phone calls we are working hard to come back to any enquiries.
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