I'm super outgoing and friendly, making new friends wherever I go. Whether you're a human or a fellow canine, I'm sure I'd love to meet you. I'm hoping you'll come and visit me at CageFree!
I came in to the pound as a stray, so not much is known about my past. Upon intake, I was not bearing any weight on my right rear leg and I had a small wound above my eye. After the vet examined me and x-rays were taken, it was determined that I had a luxated hock, which is why I'm sporting this cool blue cast. The medical staff at the shelter suspects that I'd been hit by a car, and though I don't remember it, they're probably right.
When CageFree heard my story, they decided right then and there to pull me from the shelter and send me to their private veterinarian for an examination, and the diagnosis of luxated hock was confirmed. Luckily though, I won't need surgery to repair it! I was put on activity restriction, so I sat quietly for 2 long months, being a really good boy! Now I'm fully healed and that's all behind me. I run, jump and play with the best of them. I am waiting patiently for my perfect forever family to come along. Could that be you??
I'm such a sweet pup, with lots of love to give. If you think that I would make a great addition to your family, please don't hesitate to contact CageFree and tell them you want to meet me. I'm looking forward to it!
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