Frida was living on our street. For months she lived a life of isolation and used aggression as a way to keep humans and other dogs away.
During one of our spay and neuter campaigns, we were able to persuade Frida with food, and were able to spay her. It turns out she had advanced TVT, a cancerous STD in dogs, and was living in a lot of pain.
She has spent the past month and a half living with our vet receiving chemotherapy treatments. She is almost fully recovered from the infection and will be ready to find her forever home as soon as she’s recovered.
In the time of her treatment, she has become a very trusting and loving dog.
Please contact us to inquire about adopting Frida.