At 10 years old, I lost my home when my Mom was taken away to the hospital and her family brought me to the shelter. I have some medical problems myself, so I guess my Mom wasn’t able to care for me the way I needed to be. Lucky for me, the CPR lady came and got me and is getting ready to get my yucky teeth all cleaned up and check to see if I need some medicine for the rear legs. They think I have a little problem with my spine but I want you all to know, I don’t let that slow me down or change my happy disposition. Ask my foster Mom - I am always a happy, content boy, who gets along with all other dogs and people. My back legs may look a little funny when I walk but I love exploring in the backyard and walk nicely on a leash. I am content to lie at your feet and like to follow you wherever you go. I am told I am very handsome and my coat is extremely soft. All I want is a family to call my own… hope to hear from you soon. Love, Scooter xoxo
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