Wilson, a 2-year-old shepherd mix was rescued by Emergency Animal Medical Technicians after he’d endured weeks with a broken leg.
Vets in AHS’ trauma center decided that his leg was too badly injured and would have to be amputated.
Even after surgery, Wilson hasn’t skipped a beat. He walks, runs, bounces and trots through each day, proving that he is one resiliant pup.
Adopters must know that despite his size, Wilson is a lap dog and likes to be in smooching range.
Bring the whole family, including your current canine, down to the shelter to meet this sweet boy!
He is available NOW at the Sunnyslope Adoption Center located at 9226 North 13th Avenue in Phoenix.
His adoption fee is $110 and includes his leg and neuter surgery and vaccines. For more information call 602-997-7585 x 2045 and ask for animal ID number A434868
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