W e worried that Banjo was a hopeless case when he first came to us after having been struck by a vehicle. Paralysed from the waist down and in a lot of pain, he was also a distemper survivor, which had left him with neurological issues and a weakened immune system. However, we vow to always give rescued animals the very best chance of recovery, so we began treating him for his spinal injury and gave him nutritious food with added supplements. While Banjo never regained the use of his hind legs, his overall health improved in leaps and bounds, and he was soon able to enjoy time out of his kennel on a set of walking wheels, and was soon transferred to a section of the ABC and Rescue Centre reserved for dogs with reduced mobility.
Banjo would make a calm, loving and loyal pet, but he would require special care due to his disability. In this case, sponsorship would be a wonderful way to support him.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Due to his disability, Banjo has not been sterilized.