Harrison lost the use of her hind legs. Her story begins three months prior when she was spayed. At that time, a cyst the size of a baseball was removed with her ovary. Later she developed a cyst on her chest, and while diagnosing the cyst, the vet found another mass in her abdomen. It was determined that the mass in her abdomen could be scar tissue from removing the cyst in her ovary. Soon after, Harrison began losing the ability to walk straight, and she could not run at all. Within only a month's time, she progressed to not being able to walk more than a couple of steps without falling.
Looking for answers, her family took her from vet to vet. Harrison needed a full diagnostics exam so a proper diagnosis could be determined and treatment could begin. That was when her family came to Labrador Life Line for help.
Thanks to gracious donors like you, Harrison's family was able to get Harrison the tests she needed so that she can run once again.