Tank was a chocolate boy, estimated to be six to eight years old, who had been found as a stray and taken home by the person who would keep him for the rest of his too short life. His new human family took him to the vet because he was obviously in pain, it turned out he had an enlarged prostate and some spinal nerve compression that caused him intermittent extreme pain. Labrador Life Line and Labmed were able to fund some testing and consultation for Tank, and our own medical advisor - Dr. Rachel Peeples - sent along some medication to ease Tanks pain. Although ultimately Tank did not have a long life he did spend the last several months with a family who cared for him and gave him all the best care he could receive, and when the time came they made that hardest decision for him.
The board of Labrador Life Line would like to thank you for your support - Tank had a few months months in a loving home before his trip to the bridge.