I had a rough go of events. I was brought into the shelter as a stray with severe wounds to my front leg and back foot. After several rounds of medication, x-rays were done and it was determined that my front leg was too damaged for repair, and had to be amputated. Thankfully, with laser treatments, a skin graft, and wound care, my back foot is healing nicely.
I havent let that affect my personality or spirit. I love exploring in a fenced yard, chasing after a ball, playing with toys, and spending time with “my people”. I love to go for rides and love belly rubs! I will do best with a family that can spend a lot of time with me. I am not a fan of being left alone for long periods of time... i am not destructive,but i start picking at my injury. My foster mom, and everyone that meets me, says I am truly an inspiration to anyone, especially those that have overcome challenges. I must be an only dog, but love everyone i meet! I am fully house trained and only use my crate when I want a little “quiet time”. I am truly a great girl, with low to medium energy level, and a beautiful smile!
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