Scott has had quite the journey, from Pennsylvania to Utah and now on to his forever home. The beefy one-year-old came to the Lycoming County SPCA in February 2018.  His owner felt that she was unable to keep up with his activity level, so she surrendered him to the shelter.

Right away, it was easy to spot one of Scott’s unique features: his cleft lip. Due to his unique condition, SPCA staff reached out to Best Friends Animal Society in Utah. Scott was accepted to Best Friends and was driven to the sanctuary in May. Now it looks like his big day has come!  Check out the video published by Best Friends to see how Scott is doing now:


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