Ginny was rescued from the same puppy mill as
little Chia was. She was underweight and had two little front legs
that would not straighten out. She would walk around on her elbows
just the same way as Chia did. I waited to see how Chia's surgery
went, before I made the decision to not have Ginny's surgery done.
Chia's surgery was a success and she is doing very well, but I did
not want to put Ginny through all the pain that sweet Chia had to go
through. Ginny has found a very loving forever home and is doing
great. She still walks funny, but her new mom loves her no matter
what she looks like. Ginny has a very happy life now that she is out
of the puppy mill. If she could talk, I bet she'd wish that all
puppy mills would be shut down, so not another dog will have to go
through life the way she has. She was very lucky to be rescued and
find such an understanding and loving home, but most puppy mill dogs
are bred to death and die in their filthy cages. Please help stop
puppy mills by not buying from pet shops!