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Pippin: Granted October 28, 2005


The Story of Pippin

Last Updated: October 28, 2005

Rescuer: Denise Townsley at

Pip came out of an animal shelter. He had been picked up as a stray and was unclaimed. He was already neutered. He was also skinny and covered with fleas.
Pip was an unruly teenager when he arrived here from the pound but he has learned manners and is a lovely and well-behaved boy now. He is a very sweet, busy boy and always has his nose in everything. He loves to play and go for walks. He gets along with everyone and enjoys visiting.
Pip has a limp that comes and goes. There is no sign of trauma and I suspected hip dysplasia. I took him to our local orthopedic vet and he agreed. He would like to do diagnostic x-rays to determine the extent of his problem and to determine if surgery is nessecary.
CorgiAid supporters will help Pippin figure out why his leg hurts. Thank you!

This dog is not available for adoption.

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