February 21, 2022  |  Happy Tail


Snoop came to MD SPCA at 13 years old with limited vision.

Our medical team determined he had a corneal ulcer and needed entropion surgery. Entropion is a condition that causes the eye lid edges to roll inward. This can cause many other issues, including corneal ulcers. The team also determined that Snoop was deaf. But his nose was always working and he enjoying being pet. As he recovered, MD SPCA staff and volunteers made him as comfortable as possible. He had his own room in the kennel with lots of toys, and had fun in the yard. By all accounts he is a sweet dog. He attracted a wonderful adopter faster than anyone predicted and went home three weeks after his surgery.


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