When we put in to adopt her, we were told she had heartworms and that the shelter would treat her for them. We took her home and brought her back a week later for the treatment. When we got there, because she wasn't showing any physical signs of the illness other than the positive test, the shelter's vet took the time to retest her to confirm the diagnosis. Thankfully due to the thorough effort of the staff veterinarian, it was found that Missy didn't have heartworms, so she wasn't subjected to unnecessary treatment. Instead, Missy stayed the night and was spayed the next day, since her spay surgery was supposed to be delayed until the hearworm treatment was completed. We were grateful that the shelter worked her in for the surgery and saved us an additional trip down to the shelter.
We can't thank the shelter enough for taking care of Missy during her time at the shelter. We visited the Kent County SPCA a number of times while we were looking for the right fit for our family. The shelter was always very clean, and the staff was always helpful and pleasant. Thank you for the bringing us Missy, and for all the other great work you do!!!
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