Bodhi is a VERY special pooch that is looking for his very special forever! Bodhi is a 1 year 6 months old APBT that was saved from a high kill shelter in Southern California. We were contacted about Bodhi by the shelter for many reasons...one reason (main one) because he is sooo unbelievably sweet. The second reason is because Bodhi was picked up by Animal Control because his neglectful owners had allowed him to get hit by a car and did not get him any medical attention. He sat in a backyard, in pain for two weeks before a neighbor contacted animal control. Bodhi is now safe and doing well. We've taken him to specialists to help him with his injuries. Bodhi suffers from mild hip dyspla but he is participating in some new cutting edge technology therapies and he is improving daily. It's quite remarkable, actually. He is not in any pain. The alternative methods are working and we are very happy with his progress. Bodhi has an amazing personality...he is outgoing, friendly with kids, dogs and cats. He enjoys stuffed animals, toys and chewing on bully sticks. Bodhi is a fun loving pup that gets around just fine and he is a snuggler extraordinaire. Please consider opening your home and heart to a special needs pooch. A home check, contract and adoption fee is required for Bodhi. Please visit our website at: www.californiabullycrew.orgto obtain an application or send an email to email@example.com. MORE ABOUT BODHI Crate Trained/Neutered/UTD on shots Bodhi is potty trained and can tell you when he needs to go but he can't hold it long and is incontenanent.
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