*****IMPORTANT: Trooper is NOT AVAILABLE for adoption at this time, and will NOT be present at HFE events as of yet. He is healing and recovering in a loving, long-term foster home. Thank you!*****
A volunteer found this little guy on the edge of the street, likely "dumped" due to his deformity. The vet has determined that Trooper's leg was fractured in more than one place, and it most likely occurred at birth. But since this injury was never corrected, he has some muscle atrophy and gait issues. Trooper is too young and too small for long-term treatment decisions to made, but he will be happy and comfortable with his foster until he is reassessed medically. Trooper is as sweet as can be, and his foster mom says that the second you wrap him in a blanket, he falls fast asleep. Awwwww!
Estimated DOB 4/13/16
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