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Oscar: Granted December 07, 2011


The Story of Oscar

Last Updated: December 19, 2011

Here is Oscar's story, in the words of his rescuer:
"I rescued Oscar from his owner who was unable to care for him. He is showing back problems - floppy rear paw, wobbly butt, trouble walking. I was told he may have a poorly healed rear leg as well. He is very gentle and appears to be very well socialized.
"Oscar appears to be a healthy, mellow, senior dog. He is not food aggressive, takes treats well, and is house broken. He has clean teeth and ears.
"In order for Oscar to be adoptable he will need to be neutered, vaccinations, and heartworm prevention. As long as he is under for neutering, it would be wise to conduct routine dental care. Most importantly, I would like assistance in determining the cause of Oscars weak hind-end."
CorgiAid supporters will help with the expense of bringing Oscar up to speed on his health care, to give him the very best chance at a long and healthy life. Thank you!
Oscar was rescued in Kansas.

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