cared for the six-month-old for a month before deciding he needed more specialist care. So they called Amanda Giese, founder and president of non-profit rescue home Panda Paws, which assists medically needy, abused or dogs previously deemed ‘unadoptable’.
Along with vets it was agreed London, named after the 2012 Olympics because of his perseverance, should have his front legs amputated and be fitted with an all-terrain front wheelchair. But before he can be fitted with the wheelchair while his stitches heal, he has taught himself to survive on just two legs.
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