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Jack had apparently had a run-in with a car, resulting in fractures of the front leg and pelvis. Since there were no apparent external signs of injury - no scrapes, cuts, or bruises - and since the bones had begun to heal (badly) it's assumed he had managed to hobble around- likely in great pain - on his injured legs for awhile. He was unneutered and was also heartworm positive. He was painfully thin, dirty, and infested with fleas and intestinal parasites. He's on the mend, but still has a ways to go. The leg is in a cast and is healing. He's being treated for heartworm and needs to be kept calm at least six weeks. Once the heartworm disease is gone, he will be evaluated for hip surgery. Eventually he should be heartworm free and should recover full function of both damaged legs.
When I first came to my foster mom I was not potty trained, but in a matter of a week I have learned to go potty outside only! I can even go outside with no leash and will stay right by my foster mom’s side but I do great on a leash as well. I have had no formal training, but have already learned to sit, lay down, and shake because I am so smart. I do get jealous about my foster sister getting attention, so I would be happiest in a home where I am the only dog.
2015 Annual Dog Olympics
CBCR will have a booth at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine's 24nd Annual Dog Olympics. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, 2014 with fun competition, canine demonstrations, vendors, a free microchip clinic and more.
Please mark the date on your calendar and come find out about CBCR and how you can help.
If you have a CBCR dog, please bring them with you - we love to see and hear how they are doing with their new family. Plus, we all know they are great competitors, and it could be you and your dog winning a metal this year.