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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Willingboro, NJ, 08046
Pet name:
English Pointer
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Scout is a one year old neutered male English Pointer who weighs 25 lbs. Scout was hit by a car about three months ago. He was found by a stranger laying on the side of the road. They brought him to the Mt Laurel Animal Hospital. BCAA was called to see if we would consider paying for the expenses of Scouts injuries. We agreed and Scout was admitted to the hospital. Exrays showed Scouts back leg and hip on his right side were broken and he would need surgery to fix them and keep the broken bones in place with pins. The operation took place and an employee of Mt Laurel Animal Hospital said she would foster Scout and take care of him after his operation. Nicole followed through with her promise and Scout has been released by his orthopedic surgeon and considered healed from his injuries. He does still have pins in his leg but Scout should be able to walk and run without further damage and live a happy and fullfilling life. He is neutered, up to date with vaccines and Heartworm tested. He is also microchipped, housebroken and crate trained which was instrumental in his healing process. He is good with all people and other dogs. He has never met a cat. If interested in meeting to adopt Scout please send in an adoption application which you can find at
Burlington County Animal Alliance


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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