Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for April, 2011
April 29th, 2011

 

Cozette is a 6 month old English Bulldog that was born with Elbow Dysplasia. She is using a Ruff Rollin’ Front Support Wheelchair that she just received last week. She is still getting used to the wheelchair, but it is only a matter of time that she will discover that her wheelchair is going to provide hours of fun! She is living in foster care while we find her a new home.

If you or anyone that you know is looking for a puppy to love, you can email Denise Stote at denisestote845@aim.com. She can tell you all that you need to know about sweet Cozette.

 

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