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Rescued Three-legged Poodle Has Incredible Transformation

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Llammy the poodle is now thriving. Before and after photographs show the amazing transformation of a three-legged poodle, which looked more like a lamb when it was rescued by an animal charity. PHOTO BY BLUE CROSS/SWNS 

Before and after photographs show the amazing transformation of a three-legged poodle, which “looked more like a lamb” when it was rescued by an animal charity.

One-year-old Llammy arrived at the Blue Cross rehoming center in Bromgsrove, Worcs., after her owner could not afford treatment for a leg injury.

Sadly, the adorable poodle needed one of her front legs amputated and began a long journey to recovery with the charity.

Following her operation, Llammy needed the care of the team to heal and grow in confidence before they could begin finding her a loving new home.

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The pint-sized pooch spent time in foster care getting used to her new disability and is now unrecognizable following a remarkable recovery.

One-year-old Llammy arrived at the Blue Cross rehoming center in Bromgsrove, Worcs., after her owner could not afford treatment for a leg injury PHOTO BY BLUE CROSS/SWNS  

Photos show Llammy enjoying a new lease of life with new owner Megan Clarke after previously being a scraggy-looking pooch missing big chunks of her coat.Caroline Oram, animal welfare assistant at Bromsgrove Blue Cross, said: “She was a superstar and we knew time in foster with one of our team would help her on her journey and for us to build up her confidence so we could find her the loving new home she so desperately needed.

“Time in a home with our animal welfare assistant Amy who fostered her saw her quickly regain her confidence and she took it all in her stride.

“She was such a loving girl and loved nothing more than snuggling close to Amy getting all the TLC she needed to recover.

“She didn’t let having three legs stop her and it was clear that she was a cheeky girl wanting to enjoy her life, bounding around playing with her toys.”

The Blue Cross often foster pets in their own homes, and have volunteer foster carers who also take the pets in for extra care and attention.

One-year-old Llammy arrived at the Blue Cross rehoming center in Bromgsrove, Worcs., after her owner could not afford treatment for a leg injury PHOTO BY BLUE CROSS/SWNS  

Caroline added: “Fostering is vital for some of our pets as sometimes our rehoming center isn’t the right space for the pet – if they need 24-hour care and attention or they’ve come in from a home environment then it’s a huge change.

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“Llammy thrived in Amy’s care and she was soon ready to head to her new forever home and we found her a fantastic owner in Megan who we have supported throughout the rehoming process.”

Llammy went to her new home in July and her new owner says she can’t believe the transformation.

Megan, 24, said: “I decided to name her Llammy because she looked just like a lamb when she arrived in our care.

“My parents weren’t convinced, however she is now Granny and Grandad’s little princess who can do no wrong.

“Now she has put on weight and her hair has grown back she looks like a totally different dog. She certainly doesn’t let the fact she has three legs get in the way.

“Between walks, playing and her ‘snack time salsa’, she loves life and it’s great to have her in in our life. We couldn’t ask for a better companion.”

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