Abby: we named her, a 6 month old puppy that was apparently
dumped at an abandoned shack, on her own for at least 2 months,
that is what her ribs and hip bones said. She was starving and
starving for love and some one to care for her, her ears were
chewed up from flies and smelled like she had been eating somethig
dead for her meals. A real sweet loving dog.
She was cleaned up, taken to the vet, de-wormed, de-flead and
given her shots and vitamins to boost her up from being malnurished.
She was fostered and housebroken within a few weeks. She gained
9lbs. in the first week.
Finding the right person to take care of her was the next step
and she was given a good home with some one who will love her
forever, keep her healthy and take her to the BARK PARK!
Russel - Small, fragile and frightened. This little
15lb. dog was running the roads for 3 weeks. Many people tried
to get the little guy but he would run whenever someone approached.
I saw him sleeping in a ditch on the side of a very busy road
. I quickly went and got my trap and moved it to where he was
hanging out. I baited the trap with tasty treats and waited. It
took from 9AM until 1PM for him to finally give in. Once trapped
he was so scared, I took him home and fed him and talked sweet
to him till I earned his trust.
After finding a foster home for Russel I took him to the vet,
got him his shots and got him neutered. Then he went up for adoption.
After turning down about 30 applicants for various reasons. He
found an excellent home with a retired woman in Milford who I
believe will take care of him for the rest of his life. He is
the sweetest little dog. I got very attached to him, he was so
sweet is was easy. Very expressive face and so fragile. I was
very glad I could help him.
A picture is worth a thousand words, can you image why he was
named RESCUE? This dogs wounds and suffering are apparent.
He is the picture of why I do what I do. This is of course, a
fought pitbull, he was left for dead in an abandoned house, full
of bite marks from ear to tail. When I walked in the abandoned
house, this battered and bitten, starved to death dog actually
wagged his tail at me. Even after all he had been through.
It began with a call early Saturday morning from another rescue
worker that had gotten a tip that this dog was seen. I was closer
so I agreed to go see him. I canceled all the plans I had for
the day with my family but knew in my heart that this was a trip
I had to make.
After seeing Rescue with my own eyes I couldn't believe
it my self. I got help from two special pitbull rescuers to get
him out of the house. He was weak but very people friendly. Off
to the vet he immediately went. He was in very bad shape but nothing
that couldn't be fixed. After a week at the vet it was time to
go into a foster home. A special couple that is working with his
temperment so that he can permanently be placed in a safe and
BAYER-BAYER This is another stray dog that I rescued
from going to the SPCA. He was sleeping on top of a trash heap
on a back country road. I would go daily and feed him to try to
coax him to come to me. He was very leery of people but befriended
a boy who lived on the street. The boy was able to get him and
handed him over to me.
I got him his shots, got him neutered and when I brought him
home my husband fell in love. He's been there ever since. He is
a very faithful dog and an excellent watch dog. He gets along
with all our other animals and has a fun-loving temperment. He's
got a face that makes you smile. Why anyone would want to mistreat
or disguard a dog like him I can't imagine.
For several weeks people had been seeing a pair of pit mixes
wondering near Route 54. I tried several times to coax the two
into coming to me with no luck. Frustrated and knowing that some
chicken farmer would shoot the two if they weren't caught - so
I purchased a dog trap. Once the trap was set within 15 minutes
this one, we called Brandy was caught. She was sweet pit mix,
with a great temperment. She was fostered for sometime until I
could muster the money up for her to get spayed. When I took her
to the vet I found out she was already fixed. The day she was
released from the vet she was placed with a loving family in southern
Delaware. She lives a good life with family and two canine companions
to play with.
You can save thousands of lives by neutering just one animal.
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