She’s the bandy-legged puppy who has captured the hearts of the nation.
The 12-week old Staffy crossbreed - nicknamed Wonky - suffers from horrific ‘knuckling’ that limited her mobility.
The poorly pooch was found wandering the streets of Leeds as a stray and was brought to Dogs Trust by a member of the public over a fortnight ago.
Wonky, who has now been renamed Juliette, is on the road to recovery and is finally able to play and run around after intense physiotherapy.
And she has well and truly captured the nation’s hearts after more than 600 people contacted the rehoming shelter on York Road to offer her a new home.
Amanda Sands, manager at Dogs Trust Leeds, said: “She is getting on absolutely fine and her legs so much stronger.”
* The Centre are confident Juliette will get a new home from the applications they have received.