- Street: A13
- City: North Stifford
- State: UK
- Country: United Kingdom
- Zip/Postal Code: RM16 5UL
- Listed: August 23, 2016 12:40 pm
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Paddy finds a happy ending… or rather, a new beginning. After almost 3 months of intensive medical procedures and rehabilitation Paddy, as he is now known, has been ADOPTED.
Sincere thanks to all at Medivet and to his streetside saviour Ben Welsh.
Paddy was hit by a car wearing a collar & lead, so we have campaigned everyday since across all social media and sadly his family has not come forward. The Medivet group took Paddy in and have cared for him tirelessly and given him life saving surgery gratis. In deed, given the critical state he was in other organisations may have taken a different path, so we can not thank Medivet Hendon enough for literally saving his life. Thank you all so much from our community and Paddy’s many fans across the world.
Head over to Medivet’s Facebook page to see some of Paddy’s journey in photos:
Paddy with the wonderful team at Medivet Hendon.
Paddy now the celebrity doppelganger.
Paddy the model patient. (it was a tough journey)
Paddy begins rehab.
Male adult Patterdale Terrier cross Dog, mainly black wiry coat with some white under chin & neck, FOUND following a HIT & RUN by vehicle.
He is safe & in the care of Medivets.
Do you recognise him? He was wearing a collar with lead attached, so he was probably being walked in Davy Down. Have your neighbours have been looking for him?
Any possible information, no matter how insignificant it might seem to you, will be greatly appreciated.
If you recognise him please text or call urgently to one of the following numbers, or email us via the Contact Form.
Phone 1 07450427502
Phone 2 01708 670 200 Medivets
Found 22 August 2016, near Davy Down, South Ockendon Grays Essex
Hit by a car. No Tag, Not microchipped, Was wearing a collar with lead attached.
TAKEN TO: Medivets South Ockenden, assessed and moved to Medivets Hendon for surgery.
You can read about Paddy’s misadventure, and the wonderful man who saved him, here.
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Thank you for your help.
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