A few people went on for fishing at Johnson’s creek in Burns Tennessee.
Like all of the people who go out for fishing, they also wanted to catch a fish but they found will make you astound.
They realized that some creature was just walking around the shrubs. They located it and found it to be a puppy.
It was a brown 6 months old puppy but there was something sad about him.
According to WTVF, His right leg was not there, and it was hard to get an idea even by Jeremiah Wojnarowski a veteran, that what caused him to lose one leg.
But he gave rough estimates that his leg might have been chewed by a dog or might have gone through an accident.
The puppy had such a painful journey as his legs were not in the right condition; his right leg required surgical removal of the limb while the left one also required care as the left was bearing all the weight.
But still, the pup was courageous and meek. The staff took great care of this cute pup.
The veteran was of the view that he can be treated with every possible treatment but if we could succeed than a wheelchair might be his future. He assured that these little pups recover quickly as compared to big dogs.
Later he was shifted to the humane society of Dickson County.
He was adored and loved at the humane society and became an apple of the eye of the general manager named Vivienne Akhdary.
She highly thought of the pup even named him “scooter”. He was referred to as trooper and tail wager as well. Scooter was admired by everyone in society.
Everyone was kept updated about pup via facebook. It was being told by the society that scooter will undergo another surgery on his left arm.
But wait! Here is something more interesting. There came another update by humane society on 25th July that scooter found his foster home.
They wished him luck for the next life. Scooter found his foster who is alike him. His owner was a retired Sgt. first-class, Joshua Ferguson.
Both the dog and owner had the same experience in the past. As told by WZTV Ferguson lost his leg in the Gulf war.
As they had so much in common Ferguson used to observe the dog while in therapy center they had the same courage, mild-mannered and not complaining nature.
Thus he adopted scooter and is planning to make him a therapy dog so that he can inculcate his courage into other amputees.
Ferguson told us that, scooter light ups your day because of his smiling nature and gives courage even in most drastic days of one’s life. He reminds us of all the blessings of the world.
He decided to be scooter’s foster once he saw him at the animal hospital burns section as remarked that “He is perfect”.