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Guinness is a very young, possibly 5 or 6 months old, male who was living by himself at Wat Na Huay. He stayed near the quarters of the Headmonk and spent a lot of time under his bed, as he is quite a timid dog and not one of the pack. When I returned from holiday, one of the monks told me this little puppy had been hit by a car. He was in a dreadful state, had a broken leg, a broken pelvis, a severely infected wound full of maggots and suffered from blood parasites. He could not get up and dragged himself through his own filth. His leg and back were badly swollen and he was in terrible pain. To make a long story short. I did not think he would live and expected him to be paralysed. But the Kasetsart vets patiently treated him, he stayed at my home and after he had his operation to treat the broken leg, he has been getting better every day. I cannot keep him, because my male dog will not tolerate him. I fear he will not make it in the temple, because he cannot walk very well. He will not stand up to the other dogs and he will not be able to run away from them or cars and motorbikes. Is anyone prepared to give this Replica Breitling Avenger watch Rolex GMT-Master II Replica Breguet Classique Complication Watch Replica really amazingly patient and sweet dog a life and a home. You will not regret it. He is otherwise healthy now, he plays by himself or with you and he absolutely adores food. He is a bit scared of other dogs.