Our dogs will not be placed for adoption until we have had sufficient time to get to know them and understand their personality, temperament and observe any health or behavioral issues that require attention.
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Dr Sophie, one of our local vets rang me today to share the results of Snowy’s blood tests.
They’re not good. At all.
Sadly, Snowy is in final stage renal failure. Other markers are also exceptionally high - meaning he is not a candidate for dialysis.
His heart issues alone preclude him from successful surgery.
Tomorrow, we along with Laurence, his carer and our vets will give him his wings.
At 16, there is no doubt that Snowy has lived a full life. He is one of those dogs whose spirit reaches out and touches you from the moment you meet him. A special soul.
And though his time with us has been brief - he’s touched not only us - but the people who support and care about what we do. He will be remembered!
And over the last few days - he’s made some new friends and found comfort in being near his big foster brother - Eddie - himself adopted - and adored.
Please take a little moment at about 11am tomorrow to wish Snowy - Godspeed - as he leaves his tired old body behind to frolic freely - where all those we have loved and lost - are waiting and watching for the time we are all reunited. ... See MoreSee Less
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