I am Sammy, a 24 lb parti cocker. I am not a perfect dog. But foster mom says I am perfect. I do not have the use of my back legs, but I have a cart that was special made for me that I love to fly around in. I especially love to go visiting, love to ride in the car, love to go shopping, and love to socialize. Oh, and I also love to eat!
Foster mom helps me go potty, and we do exercises with my back legs every day. I sleep snuggled beside her all night long in the big bed, and I only snore a little. Also, I am handsome and gentlemanly. What more could you ask for in a pup?
Sammy is a beautiful 30 lb special needs parti cocker. He has had a run of bad luck in the last few weeks, but he remains sweet and appreciative. Sammy had back surgery in the middle of May--and he is at this time paralyzed in the rear legs. He requires a hand with urinating and getting around. He is learning to use his cart, and does physical therapy exercises daily.
Please consider donating to Just A Touch Rescue for this special-needs, very sweet boy!
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