The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (B.C. SPCA) were surprised after a total of 17 Husky puppies and two adult dogggos were surrendered to them during the holidays. The owner’s identity will not be disclosed for his or her protection but the B.C. SPCA are appealing to the public to help with the sudden surrender of the doggos.
– Seventeen puppies were surrendered to B.C. SPCA.
– Two adult dogs were also surrendered.
– The dogs were initially given to…
The puppies are reportedly eight to 10 weeks old and have been living outside in the cold weather while they were still with the owner. Despite the dogs being surrendered, the B.C. SPCA chief prevention and enforcement officer said that it was a miracle that the puppies were “saved from neglect and brought in from the cold.” The dogs were surrendered to animal control officers and they had to take care of the puppies overnight before they were taken to the B.C. SPCA. The pups are now being treated for worms and will soon be spayed or neutered so they will be ready for adoption by next year.
In the meantime, the B.C. SPCA is asking for donations to help care for the puppies.
Read the comprehensive scoop by Doyle Potenteau at – https://globalnews.ca/