A dog kicked and burned by two 11-year-old boys a year ago was on show yesterday at a fund-raising carnival. Billy, previously known as Siu Ming, was fit and healthy when he and his new master, Douglas White, were guests of honour at this year's SPCA 'Bo Bo' Pet Walk. Billy, who then was only six weeks old, suffered 'massive internal bleeding consistent with severe blunt trauma' after he was attacked at Lok Wah Estate, Ngau Tau Kok. The boys were placed under a 12-month care and protection order by a Kwun Tong magistrate. Mr White, who lives in Clearwater Bay, was among 20 people who applied to adopt Billy. 'His temperament seems to be very good, which is important if there are children or a lot of visitors around,' he said. 'I allow Billy to walk along the hills behind my home for two to three hours every day. The exercise helps him recover from his trauma.' About 2,000 people and 750 dogs participated in the walk yesterday and 10,000 attended a carnival afterwards.