Well he was still there...and he approached him. He could see blood on his hind quarter, and was concerned about getting real close, but he knew the dog was in trouble, and he had to help. He lifted him up and his back leg turned backward.... it was horrifying, but the dog never squealed, or growled or made any aggressive move. He put him in the van and took him to our Vet. After X rays, it was determined that the only way to save his life was to take off his leg. He has been in foster care since then has done remarkably. His wounds are healed and his personality is so endearing. He gets along with everyone and goes to the beauty shop with Lisa Z so often. He is a wonderful greeter to all the clients and is now ready for a permanent home. Despite his breed, he is a wonderful dog and deserves a family. He gets around just fine and has no other health issues. Please consider this special boy for your family's next new loved member!
He is about to graduate from licensed therapy school where he will be a Therapy dog and allowed to visit schools, hospitals, nursing homes, etc. We hope someone who would like to have a Therapy dog to do good in the world will adopt him and take advantage of this special ability.
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