Letter: Wandering dog humanly caught and treated

We went down and set a live trap and caught her and she was treated by Dr. Oz.

To the editor:

I run Woofer Rescue and Rehome Okanagan and recently there was a dog posted on Petsearchers Canada that had been seen several times on the hills outside Penticton where it would run across the highway towards the lake.

We were called after no attempts by anyone else in the area to try and help this dog. We went down and set a live trap and caught her and she was taken to Dr. Oz at Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital in West Kelowna for treatment.

I wish to have this story known, not just so the public knows this dog has now been caught but that Dr. Oz has offered to cover all costs of vetting and care for the dog.

Cheryl Leask, West Kelowna


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