When found by her caretaker she was dragging her right hind leg. Her foster parent rescued her and rushed her to a veterinary clinic where she was diagnosed with a fractured leg in two places. The veterinarian immediately operated on her leg, placing pins to mend her leg. She has recovered well and is now waiting for a loving home that will keep her safely inside, away from cars and other hazards outside.
Won't you give your heart to this beautiful little girl and let her become your lifelong companion? She deserves better than her rough start!
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