Camo - in Maine!
Posted: September 2021
This sweet little soul was found emaciated and injured. He was beaten and thrown away like trash. One of his legs was broken and another was paralyzed. He had to have a front leg amputated but is doing so well now because he’s no longer in pain. The back leg has already healed and he gets around like a champ! Camo is about 9 months old and appears to be a plott hound mix. He is still a little underweight at 20 lbs and should top out more like 30-40 lbs as an adult. Amputee dogs should not be overweight so he needs someone to monitor his weight gain to be slow and steady as he grows up.
In spite of what he’s been through, Camo trusts people and just wants to be by your side. He is great with other dogs and was super sweet with a little boy he met at transport. This little tripod guy is having a blast in his Maine foster home. We do notice he gets a little more tired than most puppies his age, probably due to the extra work of tearing around on three legs. We just love this sweet guy!
Please note: We do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout New England and it is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog
in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.
Thank you for considering rescue!