Colorado Shows Some Love for Washington State Puppy
If this isn't one of the sweetest stories I've ever heard, seriously.
This little guys name is Logan. A 10-week-old German Shepherd that is dying from a heart condition called Pulmonic Valve Dysplasia which will shorten his life dramatically.
Little Logan's foster family wanted to love on the pup as much as possible so they came up with a bucket list for Logan.
One of the items on the list was to get 100 different hugs from people. Apparently, the lovable guy received way more than 100 hugs and on top of that, he received so much attention that a vet in Colorado heard of Logan's story and believes he can help him.
Dr. Brian Scansen with Colorado State University was the vet that reached out to Rescued Hearts Northwest about Logan. Logan is scheduled to arrive in Colorado on January 30, and have surgery on the 31st.
Everything has happened so quickly with this little guy that they're trying to figure out all the logistics. Something tells me that everything is going to work out just fine for little Logan.
I sure wish Logan was my pup. If Dr. Scansen can save Logan he will be a hero in my book.