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In shelter Dog

Coral Springs, FL, 33065
Pet name:
Apricot / Beige
Hi I’m Olympia. 
I’m a year old and 40 lbs.
I was born with scoliosis and kyphosis with consideration of associated hemivertebrae, which is a congenital defect in which the vertebrae are deformed. 
I have done physical therapy and my Foster brings me to the waterpark often which I love!
I can walk well and run! 
I do still have incontinence issues. 
Ive gained strength in my back legs with therapy. 
I can move around great.
 I use my hobbles which helps support my back leg. 
I will always have a limp in the back leg,  but I love my hobbles.
I am even great without them, I can run like crazy. 
I do have to take breaks as my leg gets tired. 
I love everyone that I meet. I am looking for a family that will shower me with love! 
I can’t wait to have a family to call my own. I will be approximately 55-60lbs full grown. 
If you meet me you will fall in love! I am good with other dogs probably better with males one that is more confident. 
I am living with many other dogs. Im an amazing puppy! 
Contact my rescue to meet me!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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