What can I say except this wee girl had so much fight in her, but ultimately, whatever it was that was making her so ill... well it won.
Even with those hugs feet, she was skinny and frail. She had spunk and energy enough to engage with the people around her, but not to live as she should be as a puppy.
She was a trooper and I'm count myself as very lucky to have had the chance to meet her.
Thank you to everyone, especially the Victoria Humane Society, who helped get this little one into care and for being there with her, and for her, to the end.
Rest in love and peace.
At almost 9 weeks old, this wee retired sled dog puppy is fighting for her life.
Test upon test has been done and although a couple conditions have come up, treatment isn't consistently working. So more tests have been done. I was there for her last blood test before going back to the vet for round the clock care.
She is beyond skinny, but she's got spunk and energy. When you hold her, you have to be careful of her tummy because it hurts her. She travels by box because being in the crate is too stressful for her and keeping her low-stress is the key because when she gets stressed, she heaves and vomits.
She's got a great team behind her and tons of love and support.
Stay strong l'il Whistle!
If you'd like to make a donation to help for Whistle's care, please visit: www.victoriahumanesociety.com