Unfortunately, she no longer gets to spend as much time outside as she used to. When her elderly owner passed away, she was surrendered to the Brampton Animal Shelter. When she arrived at the shelter, the staff immediately went to work providing her with the medical care that her previous owner was not able to. When she came to see us here at Snelgrove Vet Services, she cast her spell on our team of staff members. We fell in love with her.
Brampton, Mississauga and GTA Animal Shelters ?
It’s kitten season in Brampton, ON. and we have been seeing lots of kittens coming in from the Brampton Animal Shelter. Be sure to take a look on their website or pop on in to them to adopt you’re next fur-ever friend 🙂
Brampton, ON Animal Rescue & Animal Shelters; Adopt A Senior Dog
Once again, thanks to the general public, the staff at the Brampton Animal Shelter and the Hope Fund, this little kitten is getting a second lease on life. Found in the Northpark & Dixie area, this little boy was shy, starving and in need of immediate medical attention. He is now healing nicely and will be available for adoption next week.
Brampton, Ontario - Pet Adoption
Brittany and Rambo are safely home once again, but The Brampton Guardian has learned this isn’t the first time a previously legally licensed dog has been seized from a Brampton home without a warrant, and owner-offered proof that they are not “pitbulls” rejected by city animal shelter workers.We will be holding a fundraiser garage sale on Saturday June 6th from 8am – 1pm on the front lawn of our property, Snelgrove Veterinary Services, 11526 Hurontario Street, Brampton with a portion of the proceeds going to help the Toronto Wildlife Centre and the Brampton Animal Shelter in thanks for all they do for our furry and feathered friends.She was found by the Brampton Animal Shelter on February 27th basically freezing to death. She was severely dehydrated, emaciated, had an upper respiratory infection, bladder infection and severe frostbite had affected her ears, tail, both hind legs and the pads of all four feet.As the weeks went on we realized this may never heal on its own. After much discussion with our staff and the Brampton Animal Shelter (they wanted to be kept informed), we decided to try to stitch the areas closed. We jointly decided to try one leg first. Not having much skin to work with, we knew this may not work and the area could possibly just open up again. Then we would have a tough decision to make. We decided to try the worst leg first and then if necessary amputate the leg as a last resort and pray that the better of the two legs would heal on its own.