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Feisty three-legged Singapore Special makes amazing recovery after neglect from previous owner

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Please welcome Saki to EM (Exclusively Mongrels)!
This bearish tripod was a result of severe neglect by his previous owner who kept him in his factory, went overseas and chained him up without food nor water.
In a desperate attempt to set himself free, his leg got tangled in the metal chain and the harder he pulled, the deeper the chain cut into his flesh. Saki was determined to let himself loose and when he broke free, it was at the expense of his leg. Yes, his leg was gone, still caught in the metal chain, with an exposed bone.
His rescuer wanted to take him out of the factory to seek treatment but Saki’s “owner” refused to release him, saying it will heal by itself. Saki was clearly in pain and each time he tried to sit, the exposed leg would start to bleed.
As luck would have it, Saki was found roaming outside the factory and his rescuer managed to take him in time to seek immediate treatment. Everyone was of the opinion that the entire leg ought to be amputated so that he can start getting used to being a tripod.
This happened about 5 years ago, when Saki was only about 1 year. Since his rescue, he remains the ever passionate and happy go lucky bear whom everyone loves to pat and gives belly rubs.
If you have plans to adopt a dog, do consider Saki. Tripods are very resilient, and his mobility is not at all affected by a missing limb.
Do touch base with us via PM or 97890569 if you’d like to meet Saki.
He is not HDB approved.
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