What can we say about our Hezzy boy except that he is AWESOME! Hezzy came to us after a concerned citizen saw him on the side of the road in a rough part of town. He was limping, had a swollen jaw, and many scars on his face. He was extremely dehydrated and far too skinny. After some much needed medical attention, it was discovered that Hezzy had a fractured jaw, a fractured elbow, and a sprained wrist. We had to amputate his front leg, and since then this boy has really come out of his shell! It was blatantly obvious how painful that leg was for him. We are still discovering Hezzy's personality and encourage you to come meet him!
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