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Shot from Snetterton (Norfolk)

Shot adopted me 3 years ago from Snetterton.We wanted a friend for my sisters Lurcher who she adopted from the same center when Shot and Flint met they got on straight away at the end of the meeting Shot and Flint sat side by side while we had a chat with the kennel maid.Shot lifted his paw and placed it on flints shoulder and that sealed the deal he was coming home the two of them are like they have been together since birth . He has been through it he came to me lame and with further investigation with my vet Shot has hip dysplasia.Pain meds and supplements were introduced then 6 months later it was decided a FHO would be best for him.It was discovered that when my vet shaved his hip he had a massive scar making my vet think he'd already had a sort of FHO but couldn't be sure.2 years on he is doing ok he has physio once a month and has hydro treadmill every week since february due to a bit of a set back late last year.Even with all this i would never give up on him.He is the soppiest, sensitive,loving and a bit of a git at times but wouldn't change him for the world.He loves the beach loves the car and generally loves meeting new doggy pals.Thank you dog trust for introducing him to me.