Leon (aka Chicken Wing) is a gorgeous male Belgian Malinois mix who was born with a deformed leg that had to be removed.
Don't let the fact that Leon only has 3 legs fool you, he is still active and ready to work. He would do best in a home with and owner who is familiar with working breed dogs and lives alone.
This boy is really good with everyone when he is out and about, but can get very attached to one person and get a bit protective of that person inside the home. So, Leon really needs an owner who is committed to working with him and making sure he gets plenty of exercise and socialization.
Leon is currently attending training at Frogs to Dogs in Kirkwood to help him adjust to life as a tripaw and to continue his socialization with people and pups alike. His adoption fee will include a basic training package with Frogs to Dogs for his new family.
This happy boy is anxious to make a permanent connection with family and friends to call his very own!
Age: 2 y/o
Weight: 50 lbs
Temperament: Gets along with cats and dogs; home with older children preferred.
Training: Can be protective of his person, but in-training and available for adopter/foster to continue at no cost.
Vetting: Vaccinated, neutered and healthy.
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