Calypso was surrendered to the county shelter by her owners, posing as finders. She was in a pink wheelchair, and at that time she had no use of her back legs, and she was incontinent. When she was placed on the euthanasia list, the county reached out to Lucky Huskies and urged them to take her. Two Pups was later contacted and agreed to help. An MRI revealed that Calypso suffered from a severe case of Valley Fever and had a lesion on her spine. The vets started her on fluconazole with the hope that it would relieve pressure on her spine, and perhaps bring a miracle. Calypso then had a second surgery to remove debris that was compressing her spine. She eventually regained control of her bladder and bowels and began to show pain response in her back toes. After many months, thanks to an amazing foster willing to go the extra mile, Calypso is now standing on her own! She is working hard to learn to walk again.