Ezra is in palliative care
Sponsored by Lisa McKerral in honour of her dearest Hercules that she recently adopted.
There is nothing we find sadder than when old dogs are abandoned and find themselves frightened and at risk in the shelter. Ezra has recently joined the rescue and after being examined by our veterinarian it was determined that he would be considered a palliative foster due to his age and overall health. It is believed that Ezra is between 16-18 years old and he has both hearing and vision impairment along with some of the degenerative changes that come along with age. When he first came into rescue his mouth was in such a horrible state that we were told that without a dentistry to get the infection under control we would need to euthanize Ezra, The little guy came through the surgery well and is much healthier for it, Ezra is very lucky to have landed in a loving foster home where he will live out the rest of his life being loved and cared for. He has settled in and has developed a very special bond with his foster dad.
*We are not accepting applications for Ezra