Adorable Amputee Dog Lands Role As Sandy In a School Production Of Annie

Playing Adorable Amputee Dog Lands Role As Sandy In a School Production Of Annie

Adorable Amputee Dog Lands Role As Sandy In a School Production Of Annie

Last season, we gave a very special makeover to a deserving veteran named Christy who is a double amputee. Not only did she serve our country, but she gives back to the community by training service dogs — and her latest trainee may just upstage them all. 

"I met Lucky when he was a newborn," Christy tells us. "He was unfortunately born with a deformed front leg that the vet thought he'd be better off without."

"When he was about 4 months old," she continues, "he went in for surgery to have the leg amputated and immediately was off and running. He's been rocking and rolling since." 

In fact, now — at 10 months old — he's rocking and rolling so much so that he scored the role of Sandy in a school production of "Annie" and is training to become a school therapy dog, where he'll provide emotional support and therapy to children at the school. 

"He loves being a part of the show and he gets so excited when we pull into the parking lot," Christy says. 

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