Source: CBC News, February 4, 2020
Porcupine quills could contribute to medical complications and possibly death
A Regina-area dog taken to a veterinarian with a mouthful of porcupine quills has recovered and been adopted out, according to the Regina Humane Society.
Flynn, a lab-cross that is about seven months old, was recovering at the humane society for about three-and-a-half weeks, said Bill Thorn, director of marketing and public relations for the organization.
“Porcupine quills can be very nasty things,” Thorn said. “The longer they’re there, the deeper they can go and they they can cause quite a bit of problem.”
Image Source: Regina Humane Society/Facebook
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