A three-legged therapy dog is bringing hope to kids with limb differences at Shriners Children’s Lexington in Kentucky. According to People, the rescue dog visits kids in the hospital and helps them feel more confident in their bodies.
Wounded pup gets second chance
No one would’ve predicted that Chance would become a therapy dog. He was found with a bullet in his shoulder, starving to death. Camp Jean Rescue took him in and provided life-saving medical care. Unfortunately, because of the physical damage due to the bullet wound, veterinarians had to amputate Chase’s left front leg. Also, his collarbone and shoulder were removed.
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