In addition, Minori's gums were infected and she had to have several teeth removed.
Minori was also being treated for hemmorraging of her eye. Initially thought to be glaucoma or some other disease it was later found that the cause of damage to her eye was from some form of physical trauma. With proper medical treatment, Minori is recovering well and her eye has been treated for an infection.
If not for rescue, dogs like Minori would die due to neglect. See her "Before" and "After" photos below.
Minori, upon coming into rescue.
Minori, in her new foster home after receving medical care and a little TLC.
After the generous discount by the veterinary clinics, The Wisconsin Four's initial vet care costs total $3482.76. We need your help to cover the costs of rescuing these very worthy shibas. Minori, along with her co-bandits: Gibbs, McGee, and Finn, are ready to start this next chapter of their lives as forever friends. Thank you for helping them get there. To donate to the Wisconsin Four, please visit http://shibarescue.org/listings/wisconsinfour/wi4-minori.php.