A pint-sized puppy at the Barrow County Animal Control in Winder, Ga., is in desperate need of help from a rescue organization.
The six-week-old puppy, named "Peanut," has a severely deformed front leg which needs to be examined.
The following information was shared on Wednesday:
Peanut desperately needs a rescue! Something is going on with her leg and foot and nobody is quite sure what it is...she didn't come into the shelter like this.
Her leg and foot have gotten progressively worse! She still gets around pretty good, her spirits are high and doesn't seem to be in any pain...but in order for her to have a chance at all she will need to be rescued from the shelter!
Rescue agencies interested in helping Peanut are asked to contact:
Barrow County Animal Control Shelter
616 Barrow Park Drive Winder, GA 30680
(770) 307-3012 Phone (they will not return long distance calls)
(770) 867-1660 Fax
Kimberly Perez – firstname.lastname@example.org
Danyal Harper – email@example.com
Follow the Barrow County Animal Control Facebook page here.
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