BUCKEYE SAMOYED RESCUE
MEMBER: NATIONAL SAMOYED RESCUE
Nika was a 5 year old female Samoyed who came to Buckeye Samoyed Rescue as a sweet, happy girl. Soon after coming into rescue she became seriously ill and was taken to Metro Veterinary Hospital where she was hospitalized for 8 days and diagnosed with severe pancreatitis. Nika was discharged from the vet hospital and quickly went down hill a few days later. She was taken back to Metro Vet Hospital where they concluded that her pancreatitis had become worse and she had developed diabetes. Not only was she diabetic but she was in a diabetic crisis and was gravely ill. The decision was made to humanely euthanize Nika at that point to end her suffering.
Nika was a beautiful, sweet girl that deserved a chance. She was only 5 years old when she was surrendered by her previous owner to Buckeye Samoyed Rescue. Her previous owner had advertised her for $1.00 on Craig's List. That ad led Buckeye Samoyed Rescue to finding her.
Buckeye Samoyed Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization
all donations are tax deductible.
Last updated January 21 2018