D espite his condition when rescued as a puppy, Woody’s spirit remained indomitable, and even though he was forced to shuffle around on his bottom due to his spinal injury, he quickly showed us all that the accident was not going to get in the way of him enjoying life! So full of fun, this cheerful guy can’t help but bring a smile to your face, and even though he may look awkward when he moves, Woody has adapted so well to his disability that we’re sure he thinks he’s the normal one and everyone else is handicapped!
With a partial sponsor who covers the cost of some of his monthly care needs, Woody is safe and loved with us, but he would love nothing more than a home to call his own where he can bounce around to his hearts content! Handicapped dogs do require a little more care and attention than able bodied ones; but caring for a dog like Woody is not impossible and is infinitely rewarding.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Woody has been sterilised.