Dusty is a grey and white Siberian Husky. She is four years old. In november 2014, almost by chance, we discovered that she has cancer. The tumour is in a gland and has spread to her lymph nodes and possibly her spleen. Although we work, pet insurance has been beyond us due to circumstances beyond our control and we are also desperately trying to get our autistic daughter into University in a climate of severe austerity where they have little or no help. We also didn't expect such a young, lively little dog to develop a cancer. If you can help in any way, no matter how small, you will give a little animal the chance of a long and fulfilling life. Even if you cannot help yourself, please, please share. We are desperate and our hearts are breaking. Our family is trying it's best to help her but we know we can't afford all the costs :( It might be useful to add a breakdown of estimated costs. These are via our vetinarian.Surgery, Biopsy and CT Scan - $1,500-2,000 Chemotherapy - $1,800 Radiotherapy (if required) - $310 per session, approximately Additional surgery would be around $2,900 if needed.