I am Paw Paw Bones Starr and let me tell you about the good old days. Well they were not good for many years. I had a broken pelvis. I was never treated for it. I had to learn to maneuver in pain. It has healed, but I walk with a limp. I am not sure I remember my parents, but they left me alone in the middle of a field with limited mobility. I was missing hair. I had bad eyes and ears. I have received medical treatment, and I am doing great! I used to drag my hind end around. Now I can walk pretty good. I can go up a couple steps, but need carried down them. I will be on pain meds the rest of my life, but they are not expensive. I get along great with other dogs, cats and people. Foster mom says I'm the sweetest guy ever. I love going to McDonald's for coffee and pancakes. If you are looking for a special lap guy I am the one! Apps have to be golden like I like my girls and the arches!
Paw Paw is 12 years old, he is up to date on his shots. He was also neutered and had a dental. For more information on Paw Paw Bones please email email@example.com. â¡
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