MILO, who has paralysis in both his back legs, has his new wheels and is enjoying being able to be more independent. The six-year-old corgi cross is still having his physio and hydrotherapy, so the costs to Waggy Tails are ongoing.
However, the dog rescue charity is now looking for a permanent home for Milo.
A spokesman said: “This will be a huge commitment, but he is such a character that he is a joy to be around.”
If you feel you can offer him that special home contact 01202 875000. Alternatively if you would like to contribute to his ongoing care please contact Waggy Tails.
The charity has lots of other dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs all looking for new homes.