Wonky was found wandering the streets in Leeds in England earlier this month. She had been separated from her mother too early and was forced to fend for herself before her legs developed properly. She was only 9-weeks-old when she was brought in with misshapened front legs. Because her tendons were too short, her front feet bent inward.
Now with intense physiotherapy from the staff at Dogs Trust and veterinarian John Wannop, the little Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross has made a fantastic recovery, running through the building with her tail wagging. They have renamed her Juliette.
She will need regular trips back to the specialist to make sure everything is going right, but there is every reason to believe that she will lead a happy normal doggie life.
The staff is looking for a new owner who will continue with her physiotherapy with costs supplemented by Dogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity.
The staff is going through over 600 applicants who would like to give Juliette, no longer wonky, a good home.Story and video of Wonky/Juliette