On a family walk to the town square, we came across what looked like a stray dog, she spotted us and came over to us. She was so sweet and friendly, but she was malnourished and limping. Someone had already called dispatch to pick her up, so we waited with her for the next half hour until she was picked up. Our family fell in love, and said we would take her if she wasn't claimed by her owners.
When we got the call that we could pick her up from the pound, we went out and bought dog supplies, and got a pen all set up outside. But June has not even spent one night in it. She has her own fluffy pillow and snowman blanket that she love. June loves to play outside with our older girls, they run around our year and play fetch when her paw isnt hrting too bad.
June is in constant pain, requiring pain medication. She also is unable to enjoy runs or chasing squirrels because she will be in pain afterwards and limp or squeal in pain while playing. We want her to be able to enjoy life again, now that she has a forever family
Through vet appointments with Dr. Weber, trying to find June's owners, and make sure she was caught up on shots. We found out she has a chronic paw fracture, from approximately 2 months ago that has healed improperly and needs completely reset through surgery and the addition of pins and plates. We have been referred to Dr. Renberg, at the Kstate Veterinary Hospital for this intense surgery.
June is so special to us. We rescued her about 2 weeks ago now, and she has worked her way into our hearts, quickly becoming a part of our family. She even won over our cat! Her sweet personality is so good with all our kiddos, and she has so much energy to play. She loves to go on walks and pick up our oldest from school. She is a social dog, and enjoys all the pets and attention from kids.