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That's no way to treat a dog

Falcor came to the Prince George SPCA with a horrible open wound, was cold and unresponsive as staff rushed him to veterinary care.

The Pekingese mix is the subject of a cruelty investigation and may not survive. 

Once shaved, necrotic tissue and maggots were found.

“This dog has suffered immensely and deserves a fighting chance,” said BC SPCA chief prevention and enforcement officer Marcie Moriarty.

The SPCA says Falcor will need to undergo multiple tests, including X-rays and bloodwork to find out if there is any organ damage. 

"We do not know how deep this innocent canine’s psychological wounds are or how he got such a severe gash along his back," said Moriarty. "What we can do is give him a second chance to live and show him that there are kind people in the world who care."

The vet bills are expected to reach $5,000, and the SPCA is asking for help to cover the cost at spca.bc.ca/medicalemergency



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