IVOR Lough, a partner in The Pets‘n’Vets Family, has given Kai, the Shar Pei who made worldwide headlines after he was found abandoned with only a suitcase of his favourite toys outside Ayr railway station, a clean bill of health following his first check-up at the vet’s Crookfur practice.
Kai’s new owner, Ian Russell, chosen by the Scottish SPCA as the ideal person to look after Kai, is a long-term client of Pets’n’Vets, who looked after his Dalmatian, Mica throughout her life
“I’m delighted to report that, following the surgical procedure that had been carried out on his eyelashes whilst in the care of the Scottish SPCA, Kai is in good health,” said Mr Lough.
“Both my nursing assistant Amanda and myself were struck by Kai’s lovely temperament and were amazed by how well he has bonded to Ian already.
“Ian was an incredibly diligent owner with Mica and nursed her through a debilitating illness. We are very pleased that Ian and Kai have found each other. Ian is a fantastic dog owner and we know that Kai will be very happy in his new home.”
The Pets‘n’Vets Family operates a network of seven veterinary surgeries in and around Glasgow.