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The Story of found in the dtch no name

Last Updated: October 16, 2012

Rescuer: Mary Stickney at mary@stickneys.net


Here is this fellow's story, in the words of his rescuer:
"10/11/12 I had a couple knock on my door they found a corgi in the ditch about a mile down the highway. He is now at my Vet, probably hit by a car or tossed out the car window, or dumped in my yard instead of knocking on the door to turn him in. Blue collar on and no tags , they will scan him for a chip at the Vet, I did not think to do it here all I thought of was getting to get to the vet ASAP...
"I will find out this morning what all is busted in his back end , front end is ok. Really sweet boy and never tried to bite any of us as we helped him."
The vet found his pelvis was cracked, and prescribed six weeks of crate rest (no surgery needed). CorgiAid supporters will help medical expenses that his adoption fee can't cover. Thank you!
He was rescued in Nebraska.

This dog is available for adoption. Please contact Mary Stickney at mary@stickneys.net for more information.

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