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    bilateral "amputee" babies, Galveston

    They're just TOO cute!! A repeat of the verbage, and 2 pics, are at

    These precious little roly-poly puppies were born with their back legs deformed, and they cannot walk on them. Their mom was injured while she was pregnant and underwent surgery to save her life, which may or may not have caused the deformities, but we suspect it did.
    She had four puppies, all with similar deformities. Some kind soul took two of them to raise, but these two babies were turned in to Galveston County Animal Shelter (GCAS) just before closing time yesterday afternoon. The GCAS staff does not want to put them down, but will have to if we, Shelter Buddies, can't find a special person to give them a foster or permanent home ASAP.

    I don't think Jack and Jill will ever be able to use their back legs, but we at Shelter Buddies want to take them to two different vets for their opinions, Dr. Henderson, who operated on Annie, and Dr. Hebert, who is also very knowledgeable. If surgery will help them, we'll be fundraising for the surgeries. If they need wheeled carts, we'll be fundraising for that. But right now we need some safe place for them to stay.

    The puppies do a pretty good job of pulling themselves around with their front legs, they eat and poop and pee just like any little puppy, and they appear to be perfectly healthy except for their back legs. They were vaccinated last night, they have only been at GCAS overnight, and they are in the adoption room, not with the general population, so it is unlikely that they have caught anything at GCAS.

    If you can foster them, please contact Gwen at [email protected] or (409) 948-2485 or me at [email protected].

    Otherwise, please pass this along to help them find a foster or permanent home with someone very special.

    Lord, help me be the kind of person my dogs think I am.
    Shelter Buddies of Texas, Inc.
    P.O. Box 1005
    Texas City, Texas 77592
    (409) 392-4411
    Shelter Buddies Adoptable Pets

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    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    North East Ohio
    Oh the poor things!
    I hope they find good homes!
    ~Angie, Sierra & Buddy
    **Don't breed or buy while shelter dogs die!**

    I suffer from multiple Shepherd syndrome

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    Jun 2005
    Deep-N-Heart of Tx && My Babie's Hearts
    Awee they are just too Cute.. Oh I just know they will get good homes..

    ~~~Thank You Very Much {Kim} kimlovescats for the Grand Siggy~~~

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    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Pensacola Beach,FL
    Poor puppies! They are so adorable!
    Owned by two little pastries!


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    Join Date
    May 2005
    Bexhill, UK
    They are so sweet. Having never had the use of their back legs I doubt they even know they are "different".

    Good luck finding them new homes
    Give 1 for a poundie

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