Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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11 February 2019
Hi, my name is Koda! As you can probably tell I have just three legs and love to stick my tongue out! I’m a very sweet pup who gets along with other dogs, cats, and children. I love to play fetch and go on walks! I am a little hyperactive, but with the right new fur parents that can be easily trained out of me! I know the following commands already: come, sit, stay, heel, crate, housebroken, and leash trained. Be sure to message me so I can find my new furrever home!
- Around 1.5 years old
- Medium in size
- Lab / Pitbull mix
- White in color
- Sweet natured
- Active with lots of energy
- Comes when called
- Walks well on a leash
- Lets you trim nails
- Up to date on vaccinations, flea/tick, & heartworm
- Koda lost her leg as a puppy from her previous owner shooting her multiple times. Unfortunately, due to the bullet fragments, it caused Koda to lose her leg at an early age. She does well on her front and back legs really well, along with her hips. Don’t let that fool you she can still run and play just like any four-legged pup!
* If adopted, Koda will come with a large crate and an e collar if needed ($300 value)*
E collar website: https://www.ecollar.com/
25 April 2007
Welcome and best wishes for finding Koda her new home.
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