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This Guy Traveled Over 700 Miles To Adopt An Adorable Two-Legged Dog

"I am willing to offer Tito whatever he needs in order for him to live a full life,” said De Rosa.

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"Tito is a dog that needs a lot of attention," De Rosa told local news. "I thought about rescuing him and bringing him to Buenos Aires because there are two homes here designing prosthetic legs for him, and we have more specialized veterinarians willing to build a health plan that will help him thrive with just two legs."

DeRosa has even written books on the subject. Which he read at a local speaking event in Santiago del Estero when he went to adopt Tito.

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Tito was being looked after by the local Canichones Montecito shelter until De Rosa could pick him up.

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De Rosa said that traveling a long distance is not a problem when it comes to adopting an animal, especially if it means saving a pet in need. He also said that there are lots of people just like him willing to do whatever is necessary to help a pet.

Here's an adorable photo of De Rosa finally with Tito. "I am willing to offer Tito whatever he needs in order for him to live a full life,” said De Rosa. “In my house, he will have everything."

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