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Bailey November 11 2011

Bailey at Fosters

Adopted!

 

A neighbor was looking over the fence at the dogs next door. There had been 2 outside dogs for months but she noticed something very peculiar.
One of the dogs was in the same exact position as they were the day before. She became more curious and went over to check on them, knowing the owners were not around very much and afraid the dog was injured.The one dog lying motionless was dead. Exposure, dehydration or starvation had killed the dog.The neighbor found the other dog in terrible condition. Weak, unable to stand without help and brought her over to her house. She got her some food and water and reached out to Colorado Saint Bernard Rescue.

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The rest of the story is a typical tale of people’s irresponsibility of taking care of a creature they brought to their home. After getting the two dogs, the couple learned they had allergies and regulated them to the outdoors. Months later they broke up. “Someone” was supposed to come by and give these dogs food and water. And the “someone” just stopped coming.And So Bailey was neglected to the point of death’s door,her sibling succumbed to the abuse.Bailey is now in a foster home.  She lives with a family of 6 others (1 Cat, 4 dogs, one man and one woman).  She eats every day, lives in a house with a backyard that is not the dreadful yard she  was relegated to before.  She has caring foster parents and is ready for her new home.

Bailey Backyard - Is that a Squirrel?

And So Bailey was neglected to the point of death’s door,  her sibling succumbed to the abuse.

Bailey is now in a foster home.  She lives with a family of 6 others (1 Cat, 4  dogs, one man and one woman).  She eats  every day, lives in a house with a backyard that is not the dreadful yard she  was relegated to before.  She has caring  foster parents and is ready for her new home.

Bailey does well with all her temporary siblings.  She has been exposed to children and is very  good around them.  She likes attention but has low expectations of people.  She  has learned to become affectionate and to accept affection as a regular occurrence.

Consider the possiblity that you could help Rescue One Dog today.

If you are looking to adopt, please go to www.cosaintrescue.org  for more information on how to apply and information on Colorado Saint Bernard
rescue.

One thought on “Bailey November 11 2011”

  1. Oh, Bailey! Lookit how Most Beautiful you are. I just don’t know how anybuddy could forgets about you like they did. I’m awfully glad that neighbor-lady cared enough to save you and that you are now in a safe, luving home. My paws are crossed real tight that someday soon you’ll gets the furever home you deserve!

    Thank you ever so much for pawticipating in Rescue Me Week!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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