Abandoned dog beats cancer and gets a loving forever home

The Sidewalk crew first saw Sid the dog on one of its outreach drives in De Doorns.

In De Doorns, South Africa, Sidewalk operates a bulk sterilization and dog rescue facility. The group offers free veterinary treatment and animal sterilization in an effort to assist pets. They also offer free chemotherapy treatment for canines with transmissible venereal tumors, as if that weren't enough already (TVT).

The unfortunate dog was battling illness at the time, and Sid's family decided to put her to sleep. She was identified as having TVT.

Fortunately, Sidewalk can offer assistance with this sort of cancer. In an effort to heal Sid, they took her in and generously paid for her chemotherapy treatments.

It seemed as though her former family no longer wanted to retain her, despite Sidewalk's promise to pay for the therapy. It breaks me heart to think of how simple it was for them to leave the ailing puppy behind.

A total of 12 chemotherapy treatments were given to Sid. She persevered through the challenging treatments with courage and became successful.

Sid is now cancer-free at last!

Additionally, she received another significant blessing since she has at last found her everlasting home.

Determining whether someone would want to bring home a dog with a history of cancer at first worried me. In addition, taking care of a dog requires effort in and of itself, which is heightened if the dog has just faced a terrifying illness like cancer.

But everything turned out well for her.

In the embrace of a family that admire and love her, her aches have been completely replaced with total delight. She is now regarded as the young princess of the family.

She is now able to share her life with other dogs, who quickly became her closest companions. After overcoming cancer, she is now granted limitless fun.

Sincerely, she deserves the entire world!

Evidently, Sid enjoys receiving kisses and cuddles from her furry friends as well as her furdaddy. She has learned a few tricks so far and is always picking up new ones. Sid is having a wonderful time!

It's also clear how much better she looks now than she did when Sidewalk initially acquired her. She now exudes complete health and happiness!

All of this is because to Sidewalk.

All of our respect and gratitude should go to Sidewalk for all the wonderful things they do for these creatures. Sid received everything a dog could ever want, and then some.

They made it possible for Sid to overcome her cancer and live in a house where she is cherished beyond all else. Every dog deserves to receive this. What was once a cancer-stricken canine is now a healthy pet that can give and receive affection.

Bravo to Sidewalk and to each and every group that helps our cherished dogs.
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