At the age of 10, Momo had been enduring discomfort for an unknown duration. Despite the risks and costs, we opted for a significant surgery to repair the hernia, and several months later, Momo was not only healed but radiating gratitude and love for life!

His favorite pastimes include chasing balls, basking in the cool shade outdoors, enjoying short walks, car rides, field trips, and the simple pleasure of having his ears rubbed. Momo’s transformation from chronic discomfort to love, joy, and affection has been nothing short of beautiful.

Recently, while working him up for ‘old dog vestibular syndrome,’ we uncovered another challenge—Momo has Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Despite this unexpected news, we are dedicated to providing him with the best care and making his golden years as happy as possible. As a result, we’ve decided that Momo will now be a permanent member of our Payton’s Promise family.

We are thrilled to share that Momo is no longer “adoptable” but has found his forever home with us. Let’s continue showering him with love and support as he embarks on this new chapter of his life. 🐾❤️

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Vaccinations up to date, neutered, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

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