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Named after the Egyptian god, Osiris is showing us how strong he is every day. In the ancient stories, Osiris was torn apart only to be put back together by his love. Similarly, Osiris the pup was brought into rescue after being broken and hoping to be put back together again! Entering with two splints and wraps on his back legs-fitting as his namesake is also attributed with inventing mummy’s.
SEPR received an emergency call from a local vet about a 6 month old puppy being hit by a car and surrendered to the clinic to due financial issues from his former owners. Knowing this young pup had two bi-lateral tibia breaks that needed repair, with the possibility of a the right leg needing to be amputated after this first surgery the chances of finding a foster home prepared for this type of intensive commitment was going to be difficult. Luckily, the powers that be granted us a safe haven for this babe to complete his surgeries and recover.
Still a puppy through in through, Osiris loves to snuggle on the couch and chew on a bone, and will tell you when he doesn’t want to do what you want him to. Being laid up with no fun to be had - we do not blame him. He hasn’t met a treat he doesn’t love. Osiris politely pokes you to tell you that it’s time to snuggle on the couch and gives special looks when he want’s to do something he knows he’s not ready to do. He is a potty champ and will confidently tell you when it’s time to be carried outside. Osiris doesn’t immediately love his kennel, but once he’s comfy, he also doesn’t want to come out! This pup LOVES a good nap with a soft blanket.
More info to come as Osiris begins to recover from his first surgery 9/29/21 repairing both breaks. Time will tell if a second surgery for amputation needs to be completed. Either way this darling young man with the most beautiful green eyes is sure to steal your heart at first sight.
SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO OSIRIS'S FOSTER FAMILY FOR THEIR TIME AND DONATIONS:
Ashley & Tony
**Families with children 5 years of age and under wanting to adopt puppies will be reviewed on a
case-by-case basis. Raising a puppy properly takes a lot of time, and we understand that in families with small children, time can be a limited commodity.