Wednesday, August 4, 2010

You saved our lives!

Update 2: Daisy was adopted on August 7th!

Update: Duke was adopted on August 6th!

Our ability to go the extra mile to save lives is due to financial support from the community.

Daisy (pictured here) and her brother Duke (pictured on Nevada SPCA's main web site) had been exposed to the deadly parvo virus at the time of their abandonment at a local veterinary clinic.

We had extensive medical care provided for these puppies and both made full recoveries.

Daisy & Duke are sister and brother, comical and playful and athletic.

We believe they are Labrador Retriever mixes who will grow to medium or large size. They are spayed/neutered, between 6 and 7 months young, and debuting for adoption today.

Daisy & Duke can be adopted separately. But please consider adopting them together for lifelong love and companionship.

Please be willing and able to provide basic dog obedience training for them to help channel their energies into good behaviors.

To help save the lives of community animals in emergency need, like Daisy & Duke, please donate online to Nevada SPCA and support our no-kill work for innocent life.