Jeffrey, a three-year-old Siberian Husky, was seized by the RCMP on September 22, 2010. He was brought to the BC SPCA Campbell River Branch because he needed a new home.
His calm, but loving, personality won the hearts of staff, volunteers and eventually his new family.
He took a ride on the BC SPCA Drive for Lives to our Comox Valley & District Branch. But, as fate would have it, a family from Campbell River adopted Jeffrey on October 8, 2010 and took him back to his old hometown.
Jeffrey's new guardian, sixteen-year-old Erin, wrote to share an update on Jeffrey and life after the BC SPCA.
Jeffrey has changed our life for the better in so many ways. Without him we would not be walking daily and now that we have him we actually realize how many dogs are in our neighbourhood.
While he can be aggressive towards other dogs, we are not giving up and will continue to push through this with obedience classes.
Having said, Jeffrey's wonderful mellow personality means he is great with little kids and everyone who meets him just falls in love.
He is perfect for our family even if we have to vacumn everyday due to this shedding. We take him for walks twice a day and because of that our lives have changed in a positive way.
If it weren't for the BC SPCA we would not have come across Jeffrey.
Thank you for Jeffrey and all your hard work!
Congratulations to Jeffrey, Erin and the rest of his new "furever" family!
Photo caption: Jeffrey prior to adoption (top) and posing for a new picture for the family album (bottom).
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