Meet Sam, our brave labrador. Getting Sam was one of the greatest things that ever happened to our family. We got him when he was just a 9 weeks old puppy and he has grown up alongside us all.
He has been a best friend and loyal companion to us all. From climbing Ben Nevis, to walking the West Highland Way, or bounding across the sandy beaches in Gairloch, Sam has had an adventurous life, and has brought so much happiness and fulfilment into ours. No matter what Sam will always be at our side.
Devastatingly, Sam has just been diagnosed with cancer (oral fibrosarcoma), in his upper jaw. The vets at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterninary Studies have been fantastic, and believe that they can offer Sam life saving surgery followed by radiation, which would prolong his life by a possible 18 months. The cost of this will be up to £8,000 - money we simply don't have access to, but we are going to work hard at great lengths to find.
Sam has brought such great joy and happiness in to our lives and if there is any way you can support his life saving treatment, it would mean the world to us. The hardest thing of all would be to watch Sam die at only 7 years old, knowing that if we had the finance he has the chance to live. We are determined and will not give up until we have found finance to support Sam.
After all he has given to us in his lifetime, we owe him this one.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
The Musa and Connell family.