In June 2015, Lewis County Animal Shelter asked if we’d take in a dog that had been left in an abandoned home. He desperately needed medical attention. After one look at his shelter photo, we knew he had a very, very long journey ahead of him. Thankfully, our vets and staff at Chehalis-Centralia Veterinary Hospital were up to the task. With many, many, many trips to the clinic for laser surgeries on his ears, multiple medications for his skin, ears, and eyes, some good food, and a lot of love from his foster family, he came through it all beautifully. Or should I say handsomely? Wow, what a year this boy had!
Stanley will always require medication for his skin, he’ll always need someone to make sure his ears stay clean, he’ll always need medication for his eyes, and he’ll always require special food. But a year later, he is finally home.
Thank you to PUP Volunteers Becky and Bernadette for the many, many, many trips to the vet, the hundreds of pills and eye drops you’ve administered, the many, many baths you’ve given him, and the thousands of hours you’ve loved and taken care of him.
Looking at your sweet face, Stanley, and with tears coming to my eyes, I wish you a lot of love and the best life this world and your new family have to offer.
Help us save more dogs like Stanley!
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