Snoop's surgery resources Meet Snoop, (a very appropriate name as he’s been a very nosy and adventurous puppy since he arrived!) He came to us because he has a rare congenital abnormality called a persistent right aortic arch and so needs lifesaving surgery. This is a congenital abnormality of the heart’s blood vessels resulting in the oesophagus being compressed. This prevents Snoop from being able to eat solid food. Because the food is not moved properly through the oesophagus, it can cause him to be sick or potentially choke. Snoop requires surgery as soon as possible to repair this condition. This is a tricky and costly procedure so we’re asking for support from you to help Snoop and other animals in our care who require veterinary interventions. Together, we can help give animals in our care a better quality of life so they can continue to make the world a brighter place. We just want to say a big thank you in advance from Snoop and his friends as well as us at RSPCA Doncaster Rotherham for your help.