DEVORE (CBSLA.com) — A two-legged Chihuahua who isn’t letting anything slow him down will soon be available for adoption.

“During my 30 years in animal control, I’ve never seen a dog like this before,” said Brian Cronin, Chief of San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control.

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The dog has been at a Devore animal shelter in San Bernardino County since Tuesday night when animal control received reports of an injured dog in Highland.

Turns out he wasn’t injured. The dog was missing two legs, which lends him a wobbly albeit functioning gait.

With only two legs, the pooch still managed to outmaneuver the officer for some time until he finally was able to grab him.

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No one has come forward to claim dog and he will be placed up for adoption Sunday.

“It’s a truly special-needs dog, but it’s got a heart of gold,” Cronin said.

“This is a very loving dog and we hope to find him a loving home if his owner does not come forward,” he said.  “He is a truly unique dog, not just because he has two legs, but because he is so capable and does not let his challenging circumstances slow him down.”

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The shelter is located at 19777 Shelter Way in Devore. For more information, call (800)472-5609.