I have a fun and quirky personality just like you would expect from a little guy like me! I'm a bit of a barker but I just get really excited to play! I love attention and even though I can be hyper if you let me all I want to do is cuddle up in your lap and be held. I love everybody!
One of my front legs was broken but is now healed into place. The vet thinks that it was done purposely since I came from an abusive situation. I get around perfectly fine though and I don't let it stop me from having fun. Right now I'm safe and learning to be a dog again. If my leg one day starts causing me problems or discomfort The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation will be glad to help with what I need. Although, for now I just want a good home to call my own.
Lefty is not my permanent name, but Marc thinks it fits due to my left leg injury. If you come to meet me you will find that I am a really cute and small dog. The appearance of my injury looks as if it hurts greatly, but rest assured that it does not. Its been broken for a long time and has healed this way. Volunteers and rescue staff walk me all the time. At first I can be hesitant to walk with strangers given my living with abuse history. But regular volunteers I am really open with and love, and so with time I know I can open up to any family.
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