A dog suffering from a rare skull tumor is having people from around the world mobilizing to save her life. The 2-year-old dog was surrendered by her owners to a kill shelter in Texas.
Upon learning this, Friends of Emma switched from “hospice care” to “how can we treat her tumor?”
After a series of consultations, they determined Bliss could have the tumor removed and part of her skull and facial bones replaced by a 3D printed porous polyethylene implant manufactured in Australia.
Friends of Emma Medical Rescue says that they expect the surgery to occur in mid-June. It’s truly a case of the world coming together to help rescue this pup!
Further details of Bliss’ upcoming surgery and fundraising details can be found on Hart’s GoFundMe. Here’s hoping for the best for Bliss’ upcoming surgery!