Trey means “three,” which is a good fit for this three-legged friend who ended up at the Kershaw County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on January 16th. Trey, a two-year-old Bully Breed mix who was known as Mr. Beasley at the shelter, had all four legs when animal control first brought him into the shelter. Unfortunately, his front left paw had an old injury that left him with no muscle mass in that leg, and it needed to be amputated as soon as possible.
On January 17th, Danielle Lynch with All Dogs Need A Haven Rescue in Vermont reached out to RADAR for assistance with Trey. “This dog needs his front left leg amputated,” Danielle said. “We have a foster in South Carolina lined up to take care of him until he is transported to us.” We agreed to help. The amputation took place on January 22nd. Following his recovery, he was transported to Vermont on February 9th.
“Trey sure is a serious looking guy, but don’t let that face fool you!” the rescue reports. “He is a goofy and happy boy! He loves kids and gets along great with other dogs! He also likes to ‘talk’ a lot while playing.” To see more photos of Trey, click here.
RADAR paid $300 towards the leg amputation costs for Trey.
UPDATE! All funds for Trey have been raised! Thank you!
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If you are interested in adopting Trey, please contact All Dogs Need A Haven Rescue.
Added on February 17, 2019.