Poor Wally; talk about having some bad luck. Still as sweet as can be, on Friday this boy could be taking his last breath as the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter plan to euthanize him at the end of the day if he doesn’t have a foster or adopter. Sadly, he arrived at the shelter with a painful liquid burn down his back and behind his head. Although he was in terrible pain, his kind disposition never wavered. And as if he hadn’t gone through enough pain in his short life, at the end of the working day, Wally will die.
Click here for Wally’s Pet Harbor listing. “I am described as a male, brown brindle Labrador Retriever and Rhodesian Ridgeback. The shelter thinks I am about 2 years old. I have been at the shelter since Aug 23, 2017 and I am available for adoption now!
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
09/02/17 15:49 Adoption consult. Met with 4 y/o female lab. Did really well. Playful and fun. Was submissive to her and affectionate. -nb
|For more information about this animal, call:|
Moreno Valley Animal Shelter at (951) 413-3790
Ask for information about animal ID number A477256
Wally’s medical notes include the following:
Dog is very sweet, NC
S- chemical burns
O- Dog has multiple large foci of alopecic deep ulcerations along dorsum from the top of the head to rear. Dog smells of motor oil, is still oily despite multiple baths. Otherwise PE WNL
A- Apparent chemical burns
P- Bath, clip + clean ($25)
Rx: cephalexin- 500mg- 1 PO BID x10d (20; $16)
ACT: Daily dilute chlorhex scrubbing of wounds x7d
Wally arrived at the shelter with the burn down his head and back. Veterinarians think he may have been treated with a generic flea and tick treatment or possibly a “homemade” remedy. Share this boy’s plight with friends, family, social media contacts and approved rescue organizations. This dog is running out of options, and he is depending on the rescue community to see tomorrow. Follow the conversation, pledges and discussion on Facebook.
(Video and photos of Wally courtesy of Friends of Moreno Valley Shelter Animals)
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Posted by Friends of Moreno Valley Shelter Animals on Wednesday, August 30, 2017
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