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Wrigley: Granted September 30, 2009


The Story of Wrigley

Last Updated: September 30, 2009

Here is Wrigley's story in the words of his rescuer: "Wrigley was a stray at the Ridgecrest Animal Shelter in CA and is a purebred but has the old corgi look. He has been diagnosed by the shelter vet with corneal opacity of ventral globe in left eye with corneal distrophy with lipid deposition. Recommended visit to vet ophthalmologist and also bloodwork to rule out hypothyroidism and hyperlipidermia. Wrigley seems to manage okay with his defective eye.
"Wrigley has a tail!"
CorgiAid supporters will help Wrigley get his eye issues diagnosed. Thank you!

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