Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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11 June 2011
Saw this boy on the http://www.Norsled.org website:
Siberian Husky – about 2 year old male
CARSON – Do you have in your heart to offer Carson a home? Carson, a beautiful bi-eyed 2 year old grey and white husky,came into rescue with a badly damaged leg (we don't know what happened) – hand shy – and afraid of people. The leg had to be amputated, and his foster mom has been working on trying to gain his trust. He is walking well on 3 legs, but continued to be afraid of people – sweet, no mouthyness or barking, just scared.
Today, for the first time in 5 weeks, he came up to his foster mom while she was working on the computer and put his head in her lap. So she thinks he is started to trust humans – and it is time for him to find his “fur”ever home. Would you be interested in adopting this sweet boy? Gets along well with the other 3 dogs – boys and girls – at his foster home. Housebroken, good in a crate. Loves rawhide chews, chicken, hamburger. chedder cheese and pita chips.
Please complete this adoption questionnaire and return to the email above if you're interested in this dog.
25 April 2007