Below is a short (20 seconds!) video of Reeves getting used to the wheels. We'll take him out tomorrow and get more footage of him. Feel free to share any videos or photos of him. He's still looking for his forever home. He's good with other dogs and kids, though sometimes new grown-ups make him nervous. He could fit into any family (though I haven't been able to cat test him, of course, but I suspect he'd be fine- he has absolutely no prey drive) because he's so darn agreeable. He needs patience, since he gets stressed with change. He's a good boy and is learning his basic commands ("down," "stay," "come," and "leave it").
Reeves would make a great advocate for animal rescue and disabled animals. His story of survival is pretty intense. I think a life of spreading the word would suit him well. If you know of any "second chance" shelters on the West Coast that might be, be sure to send me contact information.