Tonka (R.I.P) We Will Miss You

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Home:Brooklyn, MI  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 100+ lbs

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Budonka a donk/ Tonk

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

March 1st 2004


When the other dogs try to eat my food.

Favorite Food:
Any food is good

Favorite Walk:
I really don't like to walk to far.

Best Tricks:

Arrival Story:
We rescued Tonka from a very nice caring lady that help Tonka find us.

Tonka was rescued from a very nice lady that contact us to see if we could help a English Mastiff named Baby Girl. She was a out side dog all her life and had a mass growing on the end of her tail that needed vet care. So my husband and I decided to take Baby Girl now named Tonka in. Tonka was only supposed to stay until we had her tail look at/treated for and then found her a new home. Well her stay turned into a forever home with us. Tonka is a great dog that just needed love, attention, and vet care. On August 16, 2006 I took Tonka into the vet to have her tail check out and also she was not doing to good her. She starting going down hill fast in health from when we picked her up. Tonka was not wanting to walk to much, she had a really hard time going up and down the stairs and her overall body seemed like it was not wanting to do anything for her. The vet had not clue on what the mass was on her tail but was more worried about her overall appearance/health. Tonka's blood work came back and her white blood cell count was out of this world, the vet told me that her white blood cell we a lot higher then a dog with an infection, and her red blood cell count was so low she was almost anemic. So she was on a 14 day course of antibiotics, vitamins, and I had to give her liver witch she did like. Also her skin was so tough the vet called it elephant skin so I had to spray a marigold herbal treatment on her skin 5-6 time a day. Her next vet visit was for August 30th for another blood check this time we almost had leveled everything out but the vet wanted her back on a 10 day course of antibiotics plus she was me cream to put on the tail to she was it would do. Then September 6th we went was in and she did another blood draw and that came back all good/normal. and Tonka was playing and acting like a dog again. Now the tail issue, the vet decided to take the mass off the tail so we set up her appointment on September 17th and she came back home on the September 18th. She is doing well so far and we are going bake on October 4th for a check up and stitches to be removed. So she is recovering good we just have to keep her from wailing her talk all the time. and this is how Tonka found her forever home we fell in love with our big badonka a donk.


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