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Jul 8, 2011 9:47 PM CST
Name: Jon
Japan, Ibaraki
My little Yorkie (Shaggie) was born with a deformed front paw and is unable to walk very far, I am aware this causes him frustration and sometimes manifests it'self in messing in the house. Of all the dogs I ever owned he is by far the most affectionate, how do I help him with his disability? This is a real serious problem as we all love him so much (and he knows that) I guess I got suckered when we bought him as the seller told me he would be euthanized within a week if nobody bought him, well let me tell you that noway was that gonna happen! He's four years old now and I know he loves us all simply by the affection and trust he shows us. I have sought medical advice and they have suggested amputation of the limb as there is no way to repair the congenital defect. To be honest I'm torn apart with what to do for my little Shaggy. Crying
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