Roscoe is one happy-go-lucky little pupper, but when he arrived at Ashland Humane Society in North Carolina, his front legs just couldn’t keep up with his bouncy personality.
He suffered from a very serious wrist and ligament deformity that made walking – and playing, for pup’s sake – almost impossible. Months later, following a major surgery to give Roscoe “new legs” and non-stop physical therapy, he graduated from foster home to forever home.
His surgery wouldn’t have been possible without $4,000 worth of generous donations, and now Roscoe lives with his best doggie bud and a family who will try their very best to keep up with him.
Run, Roscue, run!