Gunner loved being outside, visiting off-leash dog parks, breakfast, dinner, and snack time, and hanging out with his puppy pals. He was a very active boy and after a fun afternoon at his favourite off-leash dog park, Gunner started limping. He was taken to the vet where they found out he tore his ACL, a ligament in his knee. The only way to fix the tear was through TPLO surgery. Gunner had the surgery but sadly didn't make it due to complications with the pain medications he was given.
Gunner's family would like to thank NALS Foundation for Paws for sharing his story and the support and kind words they received from everyone. He will truly be missed.