Uma: A different kind of patient

Here’s something a little different that’s just too cute not to share!

The president of our Argentinian partner, Rioja Foundation, Dr. Anibal Ojeda had a little dog named Uma who was born with a cleft lip.

After donating his time and effort to a surgery he wrote us to suggest (in jest) Smile Train change its motto to, “no child – or poodle – turned away.”

It’s so great to see a patient doing so well after a successful surgery!

11 thoughts on “Uma: A different kind of patient

  1. i wish all dogs and animals could get that kind of help, and could get that great of surgery. but great, great work done by him. god bless you!

  2. God bless all humans who take the time 2 help defenseless and sick animals! I pray God blesses u with health, wealth & happiness!! This is an amazing story and that little angel is beautiful!

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