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Des & Ses have seen the blues -- can you liven them up a bit??

 

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Destiny

I received the following --

"On March 21, I received a call from our local dog warden requesting assistance with an injured dog. There were three dogs running loose in a back yard unattended, when one of them attacked one of the other dogs."


"The dog was severely injured and needed medical treatment. We headed out immediatly to help the dog. We arrived to find the dog already in the back of the dog warden's van on a little kids sled. We took Destiny, sled and all, back to our shelter for further evaluation. All four of her legs were torn to pieces. She was covered in blood and mud. When she attempted to stand, her front legs went out from under her and she flew forward, slamming to the ground. At that point, we had little hope for her survival. She had lost a lot of blood and her wounds were horrible."

"But, looking into her eyes, you knew it wasn't time for her to go. We took her to a local emegency clinic where they bathed her and cleaned and addressed the many wounds on her."

"While being treated, she would just look up at you and lick your face as gentle as can be as if to say, "I know it hurts, but I know you are here to help me. Go ahead, I'll let you scrub and clean my wounds and put fresh dressings on them." At one point, her one leg was so bad that there was exposed bone! This happened every other day for the next 7 weeks. She even started to hold the legs that were being treated in the air for us to make the changing easier. She has now made a full recovery and is looking for her permanent home. She is an amazing dog that has been through so much just to be here today."

"She has no aggression towards other dogs, despite the traumatic incident that started our journey with her. We are now hoping to place in a home that will love her as much as we do here at the shelter!"

Wow -- what a girl -- and what a caring shelter staff -- !!

If you're ready to be absolutely exceptional, fill out an application opn this girl above -- !!


Sessy

And the shelter writes --

"Sessy was brought into our shelter on April 24. She was severly emaciated and scared of everything. The man that brought her into us had taken her from a 13 year old boy."


"The boy came to his house asking if he wanted her. The boy got her from a friend that couldn't keep her and his parents wouldn't let him keep her either. The man was alarmed at the conditions of the dog and took her from the boy, knowing he couldn't keep her. He brought her to us hoping that we could medically help her."

"He knew that we don't place pit bulls or pit bull mixes up for adoption, but felt that if we had to euthanize her, it was better than the life she was in or heading for. After assessing her, we started to fall in love with her."

"After battling diarrhea for what seemed like forever, a sweet, loving, friendly dog was exposed. She has taken all of our hearts and we hope we can find her a forever home."

Can you prove to either of these girls how great life can be??!!

If so, fill out an adoption application above!!