Chance @ Sophie’s Dog Adoption

Meet Chance!

I have been named Chance by the wonderful people of Kuwait who rescued me from the desert streets. I’m about a year so I still have a long life ahead of me.

I was paralyzed in the back, from what turned out to be a bullet in my spine.

This injury also caused me to not be able to control my urinating, so intensive surgery was performed in order to save my life and give me a chance at life.

Obviously, I did not regain the use of my back legs, but come equipped with a wheelchair.

I was born male, but due to the extensive urethrostomy, I am now labelled on records as being female. So you get to decide if I’m a boy or a girl. Basically I have no reproductive organs whatsoever. More details will be given to potential adopters.

I am wonderful with everyone and everything. Dogs, cats, kids, men, women and therefore could be great in any family setting.

However, and this is a Big however, my wheelchair is not a small contraption, so to use it in the house, I’ll need to live in a large enough area to get around. Of course, no stairs for me other than a few steps here and there.

I do get around on my two front legs, but once in my chair, life opens up! I can run and zoom around like I never lost my legs.

I am not totally incontinent as the hospital in Kuwait did an amazing job at repairing me but I do drip a bit of urine. All I’m hoping for now, is to actually have those legs amputated as they are totally useless and really in my way.

If you think an oddball like me is the companion for you, I’ll make you see the positive side of this beautiful world!

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