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Miss Jennie Warmouth's second graders immediately fell in love with Eddie, the plucky three-legged dog who won them over with his sweetness and charm.  They love how Eddie doesn't let anything slow him down—even with three legs, he can keep up on the playground.  Just like the children, Eddie loves playtime, being active, and brand new toys!

The students created this adorable profile for Eddie to let prospective adopters know what a wonderful companion he would be.  Read what they have to say about this goofy guy, and then come to PAWS in Lynnwood to meet Eddie and see for yourself how fun and energetic he really is!

Eddie

Eddie is a three-legged charmer!  This is what you should call him: cute, cute, cute! The cute goes on forever and beyond, and he can still run like the wind!

 

Eddie still has three legs and can run run run! This dog acts like every day is a gift. Every day is like his birthday! He’s a totally fun and active boy. His coat is ultra dark and his heart is brighter than the sun! His eyes sparkle like a shining star.

 

Are you a hiker? A runner? An active human? Then Eddie is the one for you!

 

 

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I hope that Eddie finds a good home! Great to know that he is doing well and managing with 3 legs!

Hi! Just checking back. I volunteer for an animal rescue group and I know that adoptions are slower than normal at this time. I hope that Eddie finds a good home- forever home or foster home!

Hi Alexandra, thanks so much for your note! Eddie is still with us at the shelter, but we're sure the right family is out there waiting for him :)

aww he is so handsome!

Thanks Stenton! We think so too :)

What a cute puppy! :)

The second graders at Spruce Elementary are to be commended. They have assumed the responsibility of finding a home for a pet that would probably never find a forever home without their help.
We work with a local group that rescues older pets from animal shelters. I am impressed because they rescue (not readily adoptable) older pets and they do a great job finding them ‘forever-homes’.
2nd graders at Spruce Elementary – keep up this ‘very responsible’ work and I’m sure that Eddie will find a ‘forever-home’.

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