Quasimodo, a 3-year-old purebred German shepherd with short spine syndrome searches for a forever home.
Quasi the Great is one of only 13 known dogs in the world with short spine syndrome. He is unable to turn his head, but otherwise, his condition doesn’t affect his day-to-day activities.
Quasimodo, a 3-year-old German shepherd, has short spine syndrome. He was rescued by Secondhand Hounds on January 28, 2016, in Minnesota.
He gets around just fine and knows exactly how to snuggle to fit into a lap.
He may not be as pretty as many dogs on the outside.
But his heart and soul shine through and make him one of God’s most beautiful creatures.
Named after the “Hunchback of Notre Dame” character, Quasi is one of only 13 known dogs in the world with short spine syndrome.
Born different but never knowing any other way, he seeks to please the people who have shown him kind hands and warm hearts.
His fan page on Facebook, “Quasi The Great” was created on Thursday to help people learn about his condition and bring awareness to dogs with special needs.
QuasimodoWe want to introduce you to someone SPECTACULAR. This is Quasimodo. He is a purebred German Shepherd with Short Spine Syndrome. He is a friendly, wonderful, sweet boy who is one of thirteen dogs in the world with this rare condition. We are SO excited to meet him and welcome him to our Secondhand Hounds family.We love our special cases. And we love to keep you updated on these unique, amazing animals that we fall so deeply in love with.We hope you love Quasi as much as we do!
Posted by Secondhand Hounds on Saturday, January 9, 2016
So cute this dog. Contact the Facebook pages above if you wanna help him.