字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント "And the breeder wants to surrender it, because they don't have time to care for it. Will you raise him?" I said, But a lot of our puppies defy all the odds. It was just a lot more work than a normal puppy. To figure out if this leg was going to affect him and how to feed him. It was very difficult to get him to ingest formula. Normally they just suck on the bottle. Ellery, it took a lot more coaxing. We just kept at it and we kept slugging away and he kept trying. All of his milestones were delayed. He was like 3 and a half weeks before his eyes opened. Which is REALLY unusual. We all watched to see if his 5th leg was going to grow with him. As he was a baby, they grew alongside his other legs with him. So when he first started to walk, it would kind of drag. And then he grew a little bit taller, and a little bit taller and it would be off the floor. and just wanted to be in the thick of things. One of the reasons why he's not adopted, isn't because nobody wants him. It's because we have been very specific about who gets him, because of his special needs. [We] would really like for him to stay in Los Angeles or at least southern California. Very recently, Ellery had to have his [extra] leg removed because it was rubbing on his other leg because it just dangled and it rubbed on him, but health-wise, he's very healthy. Just don't give up, because so many people didn't want to try and, just keep going. Just keep going, because what do you have to lose? And you have everything to gain.