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Little Foot

Male Young Mixed Breed 31 Flavors Mixes (mixed)

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About Little Foot

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Meet Little Foot! A three star ⭐ loving pup who is a remarkable dog who has defied the odds and captured the hearts of everyone who crosses his path. As a newborn puppy, Little Foot and his siblings were callously discarded, abandoned in a dumpster to face an uncertain fate. The cruel act left Little Foot injured, his tiny foot gravely wounded and in need of amputation. But through it all, Little Foot's spirit remained unyielding, and he fought to survive. Despite the unimaginable pain and hardship he endured, Little Foot emerged as a true testament to resilience and the power of love. With his indomitable spirit, he overcame the physical challenges posed by his missing limb. Little Foot's heart knows no bounds, and he approaches life with boundless energy and zest, zooming around as if he still possesses all four legs. If you're looking for a companion who will bring joy, laughter, and an abundance of love into your life, Little Foot is the perfect dog to welcome into your home. Prepare to be amazed by the incredible spirit of this extraordinary canine.

Little Foot is 6 months old and weighs 28 lbs. He is vetted, neutered, and chipped.



Little Foot
Primary Color
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

Granite Country Animal Partners

Elberton GA 30635

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