March WECare Spotlight: Roo


Little Roo was spotted and picked up by the WECarers as he was missing half of his leg and although someone had tried to bandage it, he needed a lot more than that to fix him up and they could see that straight away. 


Once they had him back at the centre they could see what damage had been done and sadly it looked as though his leg had been chopped off. Despite this he was really happy to be around the team and the other dogs and they had no problem giving him the care he needed.

The team decided to amputate the whole leg, and kept him at the centre until he was fully recovered - which didn't take long! As soon as they let him out in the garden with the other dogosaurs he was running around with them as if nothing had happened, so the team were able to release him back. He is now lucky enough to have the teams watchful eyes on him in case he gets into trouble again, as well as the local rice man who is looking after his safety as well. Brilliant.  

If you think WECare are as incredible as I do, why not join us for our next pack walk to raise money for their great cause?


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