Quasimodo was discovered as a stray dog and taken to a southern shelter, but little is known about his former life. The German Shepherd Dog is recognised to have Short Spine Syndrome. He is one of just 13 canines in the world with this unusual genetic disease, according to reports.
Quasi is estimated to be around 5 years old and was rescued in Minnesota by Secondhand Hounds. Despite the fact that he is yet to be evaluated, the rescue group described him as “a nice, wonderful, sweet baby.”
A twisted spine is caused by an uncommon hereditary disease, which could lead to health issues with his internal organs later in life. Backyard breeding may be to blame for the spinal ailment. Pig and Cuda, two additional dogs with the same spinal issue, have found loving homes despite their specific demands.
Quasi is seeing a vet to examine his condition on his second day with his rescuers. He’s getting an x-ray here. He seemed unconcerned about anything. Quasi was placed with a foster household and cared for until Secondhand Hounds concluded that he could be kept permanently due to his specific needs.
Quasi has found a forever home and is a wonderful advocate for the rescue and special-needs canines. Have a look at the video for more, let us know your opinion, and do not forget to spread out the story on social media with your friends and family.