Uk / Romania: Can Anyone Give a New Chance to Little ‘Chance’ ? – Forever Home Needed for the Little Guy With Only 2 Legs But Who Acts Like He Still Has Four !


Can anyone in Austria, the Netherlands, Germany or Belgium etc help find a new forever home for ‘Chance’ ? 

Below is the message from Chrissy and also from Kerry.

Please crosspost this to all your contacts and lets give Chance a second chance by finding him a forever home.

Thanks – SAV.


Dear all,

A friend of mine runs a small UK charity called ‘Disabled Dog Rescue’ and where possible she rehomes special needs dogs here in England.  However she’s currently looking for a home (or a foundation that might be able to help find a home) for a lovely young boy called ‘Chance’ from Romania.

Kerry’s description of Chance is below.  He has a passport ready to travel to Austria, Germany, Holland, Belgium etc. – just not the UK as he hasn’t been blood-tested

We do have a space on the transport run leaving Romania on the 22nd March, the same transport run that Fluffy will be part of (who some of you already know).

We would dearly love to find Chance a safe place before then so that he too can have this opportunity of a new life.  He copes very well with his disabilities, here is a very short video sent to us by the lady at the shelter where Chance currently lives (there are two links to the same video as sometimes Facebook links do not work):-!/video/video.php?v=10150312824610246

If anyone knows or a good home, can offer a rescue place and/or can crossport this appeal for Kerry and myself we’d be extremely grateful.

Contact details for us both are as follows: –

Chrissy (Romania Animal Aid)


M: 07971 860405

Kerry (Disabled Dog Rescue)


M: 07791 627770

Warmest wishes,



From: kerry pember


Subject: Appeal for Chance


M: 07791 627770

Chance is a 10 month old male who is a double amputee. He was involved in 2 separate traffic accidents and as a result has had one front and one back leg amputated (same side), but it doesn’t stop him at all! He is a happy, playful dog in every way. I purchased him a cart to help him to walk but in the end he has proved that he can manage better on his own. The terrain in the shelter is very uneven which may have been a factor in the failure of his cart so if he goes to a home and it is decided that he would benefit from a cart to aid his mobility one will be purchased for him. He is good with people and other dogs although not cat tested. He is just a lovely normal dog who happens to have lost 2 of his legs and wants nothing more than a home to call his own x

Kerry x
Disabled Dog Rescue

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