Introducing Elvis

Elvis | December 2013.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Elvis | December 2013. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Our newest friend is Elvis. Elvis ended up in the LA shelter system with spinal injuries and dragging his hind legs. Thanks to Animal Synergy, a rescue, rehab and sanctuary for special needs animals and a whole lot of different people; Elvis received the care, time, attention and treatment he needed to walk again. He walks a little funny these days, but for me it only makes him more endearing. Elvis was permanently placed with the same family that loves Kaia and Jake, two other IVDD survivors. Elvis is a doll and getting used to his new family. Anytime you add to the pack it is a transition no matter the dog or circumstances so are wishing our friends the very best of luck on their journey. We look forward to seeing more of Elvis and his pack in 2014.

Elvis | December 2013.  Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

Elvis | December 2013. Photo by: Johnny Ortez-Tibbels ©

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5 Responses to Introducing Elvis

  1. vkpretz says:

    He is darling! Congrats on your new pack member, Elvis..thank you for loving him…♡♡♡♡

  2. Perri Kimono says:

    He does look like Elvis.

  3. Denise Beard says:

    so sad to see yet another poor doxie with spinal injuries, but so wonderful to see how well he is doing & to know that a loving family who know how to deal with this took him into their home & lives. Bless them!!! Love to see these happy endings!!!!

  4. God bless the family and Elivs. He is so adoreable!!

  5. It was great working with Synergy Animal Rescue and getting Elvis back to pain-free mobility. Maja @ Tsavo’s Canine Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

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