Hi, my name is Rose and I pee myself. Thanks to genetics, I have ectopic ureters. Basically that means my ureters (the tubes that connect my kidneys to my urethra and then to my bladder) are not connected to my urethra or bladder in the right place. Because of this, I am what is called incontinent and well, pee myself without even knowing I'm peeing myself.
It started with a cough. A cough that couldn’t go unnoticed. You see, Saff has heartworms, deadly foot-long worms that have taken over her heart.
When asked about Buzz, any volunteer or staff member can’t help but smile when talking about him. That is because this 2-year-old Retriever mix is known for brightening up the day of everyone he meets.
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