We first saw Milton at the Carson shelter. He was so depressed he could not – would not walk. We actually thought he was paralyzed at first but the shelter staff assured us when they cleaned the kennel in the mornings – he would get up and go to the bathroom on the other side of the kennel.
His transformation was immediate. As soon as we got him on a leash – he literally pranced out of the kennel. He jumped to receive treats. We had a full medical work up on him and got him surgery to remove a massive thyroid tumor (the size of an orange). Though he’s an older guy – he bounced back from that procedure.
He soon won over the hearts of his foster family and they decided to adopt him. Now he lives in a pack of other dogs – and a cat. He loves everyone he meets and has become quite a beach dog. He loves chasing his ball, saying hi to the pet chickens and cuddling with his humans. His golden years will be full of love and happiness – just as it should be. .
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