Noelle’’s fight with oral cancer came to an end, after all possible treatments had been given. Noelle’s ODH dad is glad that she was rescued from a neglectful environment and that he was able to give her more than three years in a loving home where she was well cared for with lots of attention and companionship. Noelle was an intelligent and independent dog who was happy whether she was on a walk checking out the various scents or was lounging in her dirt pile in the back yard. Noelle was a good companion and was liked by everyone who knew her. She handled her medical treatment well and always received compliments from the oncology veterinarian. He was especially proud when her beautiful golden coat had recovered from a flea infection and she became ODH calendar dog for this coming November. Noelle was a unique dog and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, Noelle.