|Jasso on the morning of his neuter, still wearing his scarf|
from the weekend adoption event.
|Greeting Clay as he came|
out to take Jasso to the vet.
The better news concerns his back end. He's always been rather weak and wobbly back there. When he first came it was all he could do to walk. He's rear legs were severely atrophied, probably from being kept chained up and unable to move. I was surprised that he developed as much mobility as he did after getting food, pain relief, and some moderate exercise. He gets around very well, romps and plays for short distances and times, and even gets into a low vehicle on his own and a higher one with assistance.
|Stopping for a roll in the frosty grass on the way to the car.|
This dog must have been born under a lucky star. Anyone who has a chance to meet him should be sure to pet him and love on him, maybe some of that luck will rub off. I think I'll show him the lottery ticket I bought for tonight's PowerBall drawing.
|When he came home, he got out of the car on his|
own and made a bee line for the back door.
|He was ready for some dinner and a good|