Despite all this poor girl has been through she still has a big ol' lab smile on her space. This girl was hours from being euthanized at a high-kill shelter in California? Her crime? An injury. We're not sure what's wrong with her right leg, but we're going to fix it! She is only 6-months-old and has a long lease on life. She is very friendly and deserves a second chance!
Intake Update: Harriet had some kind of trauma. X-rays show her back right leg is dislocated/broken and her front right leg is broken as well. We are sending the x-rays to a radiology specialist and consulting our orthopedic veterinarian on 10/24. We will be doing whatever we can to take care of this sweet dog, who continues to smile despite all she's been through.
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