Cookie – Toy Poodle female, special needs.
She is quiet, loving and very well behaved. She is about 7 lbs. We don’t know how she was injured to cause her rear leg paralysis but we do know that she was dumped at a shelter by her owners as they no longer wanted to care for her disability. We did find out later that it was an old spinal disc extrusion. We did have surgery done on her but it did not make a difference as the problem had gone ignored byt the old owners for so long. But we did try to help fix it. This doesn’t slow her down one bit. She has a little pink cart that she speeds around in.
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