Tammy Twardowski, a caring Houstonian, was visiting friends in NW Houston when she spotted a thin dog having trouble walking. When she approached she saw he was injured. She didn't want to leave him behind so Tammy was able to put him in her car and took him directly to a vet. An x-ray showed a bullet lodged in his leg; the leg could not be saved and he needed an amputation. Tammy wanted to help him but due to COVID, finances had been challenging. She asked for our help with the surgery and promised to give the dog, who she named Pablo, a good home. Barrio Dogs agreed to sponsor, during the surgery, the vet found 2 more bullets, all .22 caliber. The bullets were safely removed and Pablo is now a 3-legged pooch with a happy and loving home with the Twardowski family.