Funston

I am named after Fort Funston in San Francisco, one of the best off leash dog parks around the city. I was brought to the SPCA from Humane Animal Services in shock with a prolapsed rectum.  My condition required a special procedure called a colopexy.  I also was treated for demodex, multiple skin infections and spayed.  I am thriving now.

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prolapsed rectum
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receiving shock treatment
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post op photo
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after reduction of the prolapse
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colopexy
recovering from surgery
recovering from surgery
spending time at my foster home
spending time at my foster home
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hanging out after surgery
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colopexy

Meet Boomer

Boomer came to the SPCA extremely underweight, very shy and with chronic allergic skin disease.  At this point he has put on a significant amount of weight and is on the mend.  He doesn't have a mean bone in his body and is a pleasure to work on.  Hopefully Boomer will find his forever home soon.

Before

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After

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Meet Quasi

Quasi was brought to the SPCA from Humane Animal Services after being hit by a car.  He had  a broken pelvis and was unable to walk.  After some TLC and strict cage rest he is getting along well and is ready for a forever home.  

Meet Poptart

 

 

Before my Cherry Eye was repaired

After... look at the amazing transformation!

Chihuahua's 2016 under construciton

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