Sam was in a bit of a state when he arrived at the centre, and through previous neglect he had lost his coat, and an old surgery in his leg was causing him pain and discomfort.

On the vets advice an amputation was considered the best option going forward to avoid further surgical complications and pain in his leg.

Five months after his arrival at Radcliffe Sam was looking much healthier, his leg wound was healing fast, his coat had nearly grown back he was in a lot less pain.


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