Boing Boing— This is Skipper, a six-legged puppy that veterinarians say is doing pretty well so far. According to vets at Oklahoma City's Neel Veterinary Hospital, Skipper also has two tails, two lower urinary tracts, and two reproductive systems. She has congenital conjoining disorder—Skipper had a twin that did not entirely separate during development in utero. — Read the rest
Mail Online—Meet Skipper! Puppy is born with SIX legs due to conjoining disorders. Skipper, an Aussie Border Collie mix, was born with six legs, two tails, and two reproductive systems. Veterinarians believe she was going to have a littermate but the fetuses didn't fully separate.
New York Post—Meet Skipper, the first puppy to survive with six legs. She was rejected by her mom but has a new family.
NBC4 Washington—Meet Skipper, the ‘Miracle' Puppy Born With 6 Legs and 2 Tails. She’s tiny, adorable and just happens to have two extra limbs.