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Pinkerton: Granted February 01, 2003


The Story of Pinkerton

Last Updated: February 01, 2003

Rescuer: Arleen Rooney at

From Pinkerton's foster mom... "His tail is healing well and he's such a happy little guy, bouncing around and even licking my leg and being my shadow. As a recap, he came in as a stray at the South Central LA shelter, which is high kill. He came in cliped short and was kept in a cage in the puppy room. I saw him on the shelter website and his face got to me. Through the assistance of another rescue person, he was bailed out and released as neutered, but wasn't. He has significant cataracts but sees good in the daylight and less so in the dark. He hardly ever barks, but whines to go out to potty. He's great with all my dogs and is in good health now that his non-cancerous tumors were removed. He had two teeth pulled and got a much needed dental cleaning. He would definitely been PTS if not rescued when his time was up."
We at CorgiAid are thrilled at Pinkerton's progress and happy to have been able to help his foster mom get him healthy!

This dog is not available for adoption.

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