The VMC at the University of Saskatchewan is treating the seven-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever that was rescued after spending 27 days trapped in a well near his family’s home.
We’re working diligently to provide the best medical care for our patient, Bruno, and we are very happy with his progress.
He is in our intensive care unit in stable condition, he seems comfortable, and he has responded well to initial therapy. Bruno’s recovery will not be quick, but he is displaying a strong will to live. Our small animal medicine clinicians are managing Bruno’s care in collaboration with our nutritionist.
I’m very confident that our team can provide the best, specialized care possible for this unique case.
Dr. Duncan Hockley, Director, Veterinary Medical Centre
Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM)
University of Saskatchewan (U of S)
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Western College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Saskatchewan