“Tyson,” a two-year-old dog left badly injured and bleeding in Thorold, was taken in by the Lincoln SPCA earlier this week. The young German Shepherd thought to have been the victim of cruel men may actually have been attacked by coyotes. They say that despite his injuries, Tyson is doing well.
Niagara Safe Haven Dog Rescue
Recently St.Catharines Animal Hospital has started working with Niagara Safe Haven Dog Rescue. This not-for-profit organization strives to rescue dogs in Canada before they face the chance of Euthanasia. We see each of these rescues here in the clinic to ensure that they are in good health, receive their vaccines and 4DX screenings, and are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Please feel free to check out their website and see that dogs in need of their new forever home.
For more information, please visit, http://niagarasafehavendogrescue.ca.