A doggo was given a month to live after it was diagnosed with cancer. However, the dog owner asked for a second opinion and the dog was eventually saved from the illness. Now, the dog owner bought an advertisement at the Super Bowl to thank the veterinarian and the people to save his dog.
– A dog was diagnosed with cancer and was given a month to live.
– The dog owner then took the doggo to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine.
– The dog is now healthy and happy so the dog owner decided to…
The dog was diagnosed with cancer in the summer of 2019. When he did not opt to put his seven-year-old golden retriever down, he took it to the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. They then worked on the dog using aggressive chemotherapy and radiation. The dog is now happier and healthier but the tumor has not been eradicated a hundred percent.
The dog owner happens to be the CEO of WeatherTech, a car accessories company. He decided to buy the advertisement spot worth $6 million just to get his point across and let more people know about the cancer in doggos. The advertisement also encourages people to donate to the veterinary school’s research.
See the video and read the amazing scoop by Ben Kesslen at – https://www.nbcnews.com/