A PUPPY rescued by the RSPCA is finally able to see again after a facelift.
The 18-month-old Shar Pei arrived at the RSPCA’s Sussex, Brighton and East Grinstead offices in Patcham, completely bald, with extremely sore skin on his back and sore eyes.
Reggie’s eyesight was poor and he required constant eye care.
He lived in unsuitable conditions and was handed over to the animal protection organization for care.
After critical surgery to reduce the excess skin covering his face, Reggie has recovered and is ready to find a new home.
Lauren Pearce, Deputy Head of Canine Unit at RSPCA Sussex, Brighton and East Grinstead, said: “Unfortunately, Reggie’s breed is prone to problems due to his extra skin, but with the treatment he has received we hope this will help prevent more.” prevent skin problems in the future.”
His operation cost nearly £2,000 funded by the RSPCA branch.
Lauren added, “Reggie is such a sweetheart and so kind and loves everyone.
“We would like him to live in an adults only home as he is not used to children and it would be great if he could live with more experienced owners.
“He’s a young dog so we’re hoping the right person gets in touch so he can enjoy his new life.”
Reggie does not require any other medication or treatment.
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