Each month a hard to place dog in foster care is featured to give them extra exposure to find their forever home.

Theo is a 4-month-old husky puppy who has had a really tough start. This poor guy was hit by a car and suffered multiple injuries. His right elbow was luxated and had to undergo a splint procedure. The top of front leg is broken and a plate and screws were needed for complete recovery. Another break on the back leg needed a plate and screws. The upper lip where there is a gap had to be sutured to avoid food getting stuck. All of this was expensive, the most NorSled has spent on any one pup. This little warrior pup is in for an extended recovery. He will need much support and physical therapy. But even after Norsled is comfortable releasing him to a new home, his adopter will need to be patient while he gets “back on his paws.” If you don’t have room for a dog in your life at this time, please consider making a donation to help cover his surgeries.
The only way to see him is to fill out an application (https://www.norsled.org/info/adoption) and make an appointment.
NorCal Sled Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded by donations. The goal of NorCal Sled Dog is to rescue, rehabilitate, foster and find homes for unwanted, abandoned and abused Northern breed dogs: Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, Samoyeds, and mixes of these breeds. You can help by making a donation for Theo (NorSledDonation) or participating in the Howloween5kRunfortheDogsVirtual.

Editors Note: Ruby Dooby Do is Concord’s Online celebrity with approximately 150,000 followers on Instagram.com/rubydooby__Do, 75,000 followers at http://www.Facebook.com/Rubydoobydodoberman and 746,000 TikTok Followers at https://www.tiktok.com/@rubydooby_do. This column is written by Jill Hedgecock. Her novels From Shadow’s Perspective and Between Shadow’s Eyes feature Ruby on the cover www.jillhedgecock.com.