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Please tell us something fun or interesting about the dog in the photo. Is this a Belly Rubs dog? If so, how long has he or she been a part of your family? Can you share something special that we could include on our calendar if your photo wins?
Mr. Wiggles was days away from being put down when we rescued him. He was emaciated, couldn’t walk, had a cherry eye, skin problems, infected paw pads, an ear infection, seizures, and an autoimmune disorder. After four years with us, though, he's become a typical fat, lazy basset. He loves our other dogs and refuses to go outside without them. He loves to carry around squirrel stuffed animals to their designated spots. He’s convinced the rain will melt him! He's on medication for the rest of his life, but he is a happy old man who loves spending thirty seconds playing (before he's worn out) and thinks he is a great tracker. Everyday we forget we got him at six years old rather than as a puppy because it feels like he's always been in our family. His vet calls him her “miracle dog” and we're inclined to agree.