A dog that was paralyzed and had severe injuries found itself stuck in a river, which caused a lot of distress. Broddick’s story was truly emotional as the poor dog had been followed by other dogs and when trying to flee, it fell into the river and got trapped.
Multiple contusions and swelling were evident on his neck, head, ears, and cheeks. His left eye was visibly affected and remained partially closed. The level of desperation he exuded was indescribable.
Early in the morning, a kind-hearted person came to the rescue and took Brodick to the emergency veterinarian. He was suffering from herniated discs, which caused a lot of discomfort and pain. The vet started treating him with spinal block. Although Brodick was a clever and empathetic dog, he had faced unfortunate circumstances in his life. However, it is hopeful that his days of agony will soon be over.
After some time, his body had recovered from the scratches and bites he had endured. In fact, his skin had become much smoother than before. While he was no longer confined to a wing, he did require some assistance using a support belt. Despite eating well, he had lost some weight.
Brodick felt a sense of relief as soon as his wheelchair underwent significant modifications. However, there’s some unfortunate news – the lining is blooming and there’s a possibility that the parallel gland has deteriorated.
Brodick’s overall health status remained the same as before – he continued to eat, drink and excrete without any major issues. However, he suffered from severe seizures throughout the night, which were caused by the rapid spread of necrosis in his body. Despite undergoing regular treatment with chymotrypsin, the condition showed no signs of improvement and kept spreading.
Brodick was unfortunately dealing with a large tumor in his spine that had transformed into soft tissue and, to make matters worse, this tumor was cancerous. Blood tests indicated that sepsis was also present. Even the strongest pain medication only offered relief for a brief period.
After careful consideration, the veterinarians made the difficult decision to allow Brodick to pass on to where he could experience freedom from suffering.
“Sending you gentle clouds from paradise, dear Brodick.”