ROLY - American Bulldog, male, adopted age 4 years approx, large size.
Roly 2003 - 2011
We re-homed Roly aged 4 in 2007. He was of good temperament and enjoyed
life with us.
Unfortunately after 3 years, he developed bone cancer in his left hind leg
and had world-first pioneering surgery to remove his femur and replace it
with a metal bone. He was given only another year to live, but walked over
1400 miles with no problems over the next 16 months before the cancer had
spread further as expected, and he was euthanased.
His companion over the last few months was a Binfield Staffy called Sasha
and the pair were inseparable until Roly died. We then rehomed another
elderly Binfield American Bulldog called Jake who is the companion for Sasha
Roly will not be forgotten. He appeared on television in the UK and he
appeared on a program for Australian TV too.
A world first prosthetic implant uses groundbreaking biotechnology techniques to put an American Bulldog back on his feetWorlds first prosthetic hip operation for Roly the dog
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