BC SCPA in Campbell River caring for a puppy who had a broken jaw after being attacked by a larger dog
A puppy receives care from animal shelter staff on Vancouver Island after being brutally attacked by a larger dog.
According to a press release from the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA), a seven-month-old Shih Tzu-English Springer Spaniel cross named Daryl suffered a broken jaw after being attacked by an older dog. fat.
Following the brutal attack, Daryl’s owner had to hand him over to the Campbell River branch of the BC SPCA so he could receive emergency medical attention.
“Daryl’s broken jaw required a plating, which cost $ 1,650,” Stephanie Arkwright, director of the BC SPCA in Campbell River, said in a statement. “His recovery should take at least three or four more weeks. “
The seven month old puppy is currently living with a foster family and once fully recovered he will be put up for adoption. According to the BC SCPA, despite the traumatic experience of the attack, Daryl remains a “happy and lucky puppy” who loves everyone.
“His foster family has nothing but positive things to say about him,” said Arkwright. “Daryl always loves other dogs, he gets along well with cats and children. He didn’t let this incident slow him down – he’s a wonderful little dog and will be a great candidate for adoption once healed.
The BC SCPA says it is accepting donations, which will be used to cover costs associated with Daryl’s recovery. They also say that Petsecure pet health insurance matches up to $ 2,000 in donations.
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