H it by a car, and having suffered irreparable damage, Scooby underwent surgery to have her front leg amputated. After making a speedy recovery, this unlucky girl became incredibly lucky and quickly found herself an adoptive parent, who promised to take good care of her and her new best friend, Labka, who is also handicapped. Sadly, their owners’ health took a turn for the worse some years later, and she found she could no longer care for them both. Brought back to our sanctuary, Scooby and Labka have remained with us ever since.
Scooby is currently being sponsored but would fit in well to a home with plenty of outside space, provided she could always be with her best friend, Labka; the two come as an adorable, loyal package.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Scooby's been sterilised.