Vernon and North Okanagan News
Recovered and ready for a home
She’s all healed and ready for a good home.
Several months ago Castanet told you about Skully, the English mastiff-shepherd cross, who needed cruciate surgery on one of her legs.
Now thanks to the generous help of Dr. Oz at Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital, who performed the operation free of charge, Skully has fully recovered.
The happy pup loves human company when she eats and is very playful says Vernon Branch Manager Chelsea Taylor.
“She is very affectionate, we just want her to have a happy home, now that the surgery is done,” says Taylor.
Contact the Vernon & District BC SPCA shelter if you think you can provide Skully with the forever home she needs.
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