Well, hello, everypup! The Girl is feeling really guilty for not posting much lately (although she can't really remember when she last posted here). So I told her to just sit back and I'd take care of it.
When I was at the SPCA, I got adopted by a family who eventually had to bring me back. They had taken me to the vet and discovered that I needed an operation on my front leggy, but they couldn't afford it (it was really expensive). So they had to bring me back to the shelter, and they were very sad.
Lucky for me, not long before that, the BCSPCA had started a new program, called The Biscuit Fund. The purpose of the fund is to pay for emergency (and often non-emergency) veterinary care for the animals who come into the care of the BCSPCA. Jennifer at the Kamloops SPCA thought I was a perfect candidate. So she took a bunch of pictures of me so that she could make up a poster asking for donations to the Biscuit Fund. And I got to have my operation!
Anyway, these are some of the pictures that Jennifer took of me. The Girl looks at these and always says how funny I look, because she says I look so different with four legs instead of three!
I call this one my Noble Dog photo. Notice the torture device (The Girl: Dannan, it's just a bandana!) around my neck.
Here I am, running with joy. I have always LOVED running!
And this is The Girl's favourite pre-op photo of me:
Don't I look fantastic??
Shelter dogs -- the original "designer dogs"! Make the SPCA your first adoption option!