"At first we had a few reservations, but after a few weeks of seeing him trying to use his gimp leg to walk and how damaged it would get, even though we tried to have him wear a boot, we knew it would be for the best to go through with the operation," Desrochers told The Dodo.
Because he was already used to living with a paralyzed leg, Bradley took no time at all to adjust to life as a three-legged dog. It took him a little time to warm up to his new home and come out of his shell, but as soon as he did, he became the goofiest, sweetest dog his parents had ever met.
"The best thing about him is how emphatic he is," Desrochers said. "He's such a sweet dog and he knows when we are having our rough days. He loves to cuddle with us and knows we cheer up when he lets us rub his belly."