Walkies for Wonky one week on
An abandoned puppy who captured the hearts of the nation because of her unusual condition has made remarkable progress - and is now happily bounding around on her newly-straight legs.
These heartwarming pictures show what a difference a week can make with Wonky now able to stand and walk as opposed to hobbling around on her wrists.
Wonky, a 12-week-old Staffordshire bull terrier, was taken in by Leeds Dogs Trust on February 7 after being found abandoned in Bradford, West Yorks.
Her front feet bent inwards, leaving the cute puppy uncomfortably walking on her wrists - because the tendons in her legs were too short, known as knuckling of the carpal joints.
But after physiotherapy 30 times a day for a week with dedicated Dogs Trust staff, Wonky is back on the straight and narrow.
Staff at the Dogs Trust, who have been straightening her legs manually to help strengthen her muscles, say she is now able to do short walks.
They are confident that with a good diet and continued physiotherapy, Wonky - who they have now re-named Juliette - will make a good recovery.