The second thing you notice is his right front leg. Daniel has a genetic defect on this leg - no elbow, bones are all wonky. It certainly doesn't slow him down as he runs through his foster home chasing the other dogs in the house. He can also climb stairs and jump up on furniture. Nothing stops him
We are taking Daniel to an orthopedist on Wednesday 9/28 to see if he will need the leg to be amputated. Updates will be posted here.
But focus on his eyes and his sparkling, happy go lucky personality. He's eager to please and a fast learner.
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