brothers were part of a litter of six turned into a
local shelter in Southeastern Ohio. One of the
kennel doors did not close properly and the young
brother fell out about four feet to the concrete floor.
This shelter, like most, does not have money to treat
animals with medical conditions. They depend on
volunteers or rescue groups to help animals in need.
Sometimes it is difficult to find anyone to take on the
responsibility and financial cost of caring for these
special needs animals. This time, little brother
was lucky and Ted and I brought him home. A trip to the
wonderful Parkersburg Vets in WV took care of both
little guys. Little brother will wear his big old splint
for four to six weeks. In the meantime, they are
two little happy puppies.