Psssst it's not nice to stare!
See, shiloh doesn't know she is a special, she's just your ordinary puppy doing typical puppy things. She's a little trouble maker, loves investigating but also loves a good cuddle. She is dog social, meets new people while her bum wiggles with excitement, and has come a long way with house training. Shiloh was born with a birth defect and after our vet did some x-rays they decided amputation is the route they would like to take. Ideally, we're wanting to find a home for Shiloh to go and settle in before her surgery. Once she has grown a bit and become comfortable in her new home we'll send her off to our amazing veterinary team for amputation as well as her spay, these surgeries are of course covered by the rescue. As long as surgery goes well Shiloh will head home for recovery. We're hopeful that with doing the amputation at such a young age she will bounce back and easily transition to 3 legs....after all, her current state involves very little use of that 4th leg.