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When a nice lady, Eileen, found me I was loaded with flees and hungry. She took me in and took care of me and fostered me until A Buddy For Life found me a forever home. During my stay with my foster mom she noticed that I was lifting my back left leg. But in the meantime, A Buddy For Life had gotten an application for adoption for a possible forever home for me. My new prospective mom, who had just lost her beloved 7 year old Westie to caner, had been crying for weeks until she saw my face on Pet Finders. My face was the only thing that made her smile. So the nice people at a Buddy For Life set up the meeting. Even though I may have problems my new parents were willing to take the chance. We went to the doctor and found out that I had hip dysplasia and would need surgery. It didn't stop there, my two back knees had Patellar Luxation.
My new mom and dad took me to the best surgeon in the area and after surgery, 6 weeks of recuperation and then another 2 months of therapy, I was as good as new. I chase the rabbits and squirrels with the best of them now.
So you could say that I was not the only one rescued, I rescued my new mom which makes me really happy.
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