When the vets saw the clips, they knew it wasn’t pregnancy and that the dog needed to be rescued right away. There appears to be a large amount of fluid buildup in the abdomen due to liver or kidney failure, but this cannot be confirmed until tests and scans are performed.
This is an emergency situation, and the dog is in excruciating pain. With each passing minute, she becomes more inactive and worse.
Her x-rays, blood tests, and fluid analysis were all finished. People who were attempting to help in this situation were awaiting the outcome. For the time being, the stagers are draining all of the fluid from her stomach. It’s a terrible situation.
The accumulated fluid has reached a volume of approximately 10 liters. Her bones have become visible, resulting in considerable pain and distress. Yet, when the fluid is drained, she exhibits a sense of relief, often dozing off peacefully. After enduring months of agony and torment, she will at last find respite in restful slumber.
The Vet stated “We’ll remain at the clinic with her. More and more pails are filling up. I’ll keep you updated on her progress.”
They named her Fufy. She is recovering and improving. She began playing and making new friends, which helped her overcome the trauma she experienced as a street dog. She’s a puppy again, and she deserved a happy life after all the pain she’d been through.