PUPDATE: Chigger’s leg was saved leaving a small impairment that does not slow him down a bit. He graduated puppy classes at Dancing Dogs. He weights 48lbs now.
Hi, Chigger here. Well, things didnÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩt start out too well for me but they tell me it will get better and better. No one seems to really know where my story started except that some humans brought me into a doggie hospital and said that I had been hit by a car. IÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩm just a little guy, you know, just a puppy so that was bad. My leg was broken and they said that they couldnÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩt pay to fix it so they told the doggie doctor to just ÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩput me down.ÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩ Now, I didnÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩt know what that meant but that nice doggie doctor got a really funny look on her face so I donÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩt think it was a good thing at all! She told them, no, to just let her have me so they left me there. The nice doctor put a splint on my leg and gave me a place to stay. The ladies at ChewyÔøΩÔøΩÔøΩs Hope happened to see me at the doggie doctor˝˝s been a pretty good gig since then but my leg was broken through something called the ˝˝˝growth plate.˝˝˝ I don˝˝˝t know what that is but I can˝˝˝t bend my leg since the cast thingy came off. My nice foster mommy is taking me to a chiropractor to see if he can help. I can˝˝˝t spell that much less know what it is but foster mommy says he might can help. She says that there will be a forever family that will love me no matter what my leg looks like. I really hope she˝˝˝s right. Will you be my forever family and love me even though some would say I˝˝˝m not perfect? I promise to love you forever! Please love me forever.
Our dogs have been fostered in homes where they receive personal attention and evaluation of their temperaments.
Fostered by Pitty Maeven.
Shelter Name: Chewy’s Hope
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