ADOPTED February 2020 - DYLAN NEEDS A SPECIAL GIFT - A SPECIAL ADOPTER
Some of you may recall seeing Dylan on our website last winter and he was also featured in our summer 2019 newsletter.
We rescued Dylan last February when he was only 4 months old. He's a strikingly beautiful, playful cocker spaniel with his natural tail who was born with a cleft palate. Dylan was examined by an oral surgeon at the University of Penn Vet School and he said he was a good candidate for reconstructive surgery. Surgery was done in February with a follow-up adjustment in March. In October he needed one more surgery to lengthen his soft palate.
Update: February, 2018
We rescued this sweet bonded pair in October 2016. The animal control officer found them curled up together on the side of a dirt road just waiting for help. They were starved, emactiated, dirty but so friendly and grateful for human attention.
Lulu and Sammy (we named them) are probably a mother and son bonded pair. Sammy wants to be with Lulu all the time and he cries pitifully if he cannot see her; Lulu is devoted to him - sometimes she'll lick him from head to toe!