Special needs- Left back leg amputation, slight bladder incontinence.Hi, my name is Rusty. I came to the Olive Branch when my owner passed away. As you can see, I lost my leg (in a car chasing accident a few years ago), but that hasn't slowed me down at all. I love to run, play, and take walks. I seem to get along great with everyone, but I am a little much for small children. I want all of your attention and would prefer to be the only fur baby. I am taking a medication to keep my bladder healthy (probably because of my surgery) and will need to take it for the rest of my life. I am completely house trained, other than the very rare accident. I have been neutered, combo tested, and all of my vacicnations are current. I did test positive for Lyme Disease, but I have completed my treatment and have had my vaccinations, If you would like to give a sweet boy like me a home, fill out the adoption application or call 304-652-1010 for more information.
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