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Rody

Breed: Finnish Spitz

Gender: Male, neutered 

Age: 1 Year

Weight: 28 lbs

Dogs: Good with dogs

Cats: Good with cats

Kids: Good with kids

Housebroken: Pee pad trained 

Crate Trained: Yes

Leash: Good on leash

Energy Level: Medium

Meet Rody

Rody is an active and happy dog, he was found on the busy roadside. He was still a young puppy at that time and sadly was struck  by a car. The accident fractured one of his hind legs. He yelped in pain and fell down on the ground. Pedestrians who witnessed the collision crowded around the injured pup and tried to help. Miraculously, a vet was driving by and noticed people crowding around what looked to be an injured dog. He immediately pulled over and stabilized the leg with a splint and rushed him to the animal hospital.

Rody was saved. While being treated, Rody was very calm and was very trusting of his doctors. Being 3 months old at the time, he trusted the doctors to help him. After the operation, he woke up and crawled up to his doctor to cuddle and show his appreciation.

Three months later, Rody had fully recovered and is able to walk normally. Rody was quickly adopted but Rody was dealt another bad hand. The adopter was too busy to properly care for Rody, and he began to miss meals and started to become underweight. Rody’s doctor followed up and found that Rody was malnourished and quickly contacted our rescuer to save Rody once more.

Rody now is over one-year-old. He is energetic and very happy. He gets along well with adults and children. He is very food driven and enjoys playing with other dogs and cats. He lives with his foster family and lives peacefully with his feline companions. Sometimes the cats will swipe or hiss at him but Rody is too much of a sweetheart to retaliate. He is too kind hearted and mild tempered; he just carries on without a care in the world.

He is now ready for his forever home. We think he is perfect fit for a family who loves outdoor activities during the daytime and cuddling with their furry companion at night time. We are looking forward to find his second chance.

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