Viserion

Special Needs Dog

Viserion didn’t use to be a tripod. He was seen along Visayas Ave. in Quezon City, dragging his wounded and bleeding hind legs. His injuries turned out to be either inborn or caused by past trauma, and not a recent hit and run incident.

The vet amputated his left hind leg because it had severely atrophied and the nerves were completely dead. It would hinder his ability to strengthen and use his other hind leg.

Viserion’s hind area also needs constant cleaning because he is also incontinent, which has resulted in urine scalding and a recurring mass along his genitals. As if that isn’t enough, he still continues to drag his remaining hind leg, leaving sore spots and fresh wounds, although he can put weight on it.

Despite that, he remains one of our most active and playful canine resident. There’s no stopping him, with or without his wheelchair.

Viserion

Special Needs Dog

Viserion didn’t use to be a tripod. He was seen along Visayas Ave. in Quezon City, dragging his wounded and bleeding hind legs. His injuries turned out to be either inborn or caused by past trauma, and not a recent hit and run incident.

The vet amputated his left hind leg because it had severely atrophied and the nerves were completely dead. It would hinder his ability to strengthen and use his other hind leg.

Viserion’s hind area also needs constant cleaning because he is also incontinent, which has resulted in urine scalding and a recurring mass along his genitals. As if that isn’t enough, he still continues to drag his remaining hind leg, leaving sore spots and fresh wounds, although he can put weight on it.

Despite that, he remains one of our most active and playful canine resident. There’s no stopping him, with or without his wheelchair.

Become Viserion's BFF

Viserion is one of our most demanding residents. The level of care he requires is astounding! We would appreciate some help with his grooming and treatment kit, as well as his food supply.

Viserion's Wishlist

  • Petroleum jelly
  • Gynepro feminine wash
  • Dog kibble
  • Wet dog food
  • Dog treats
  • Cosi milk
  • Elevated food/water bowl

When you become Viserion's BFF, you will receive monthly newsletters with updates on his well-being. You may also request for a 5-minute Zoom call so you can see how he's doing.

Rescue Story

Viserion was certainly an owned dog, left tied to a post between Lido and Yellow Cab on Visayas Ave. QC. He managed to cut himself loose and hid under parked cars. When rescuers arrived, he willingly entered the crate, as if just waiting for a ride to the shelter!

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