SAVE A LIFE AND ADOPT!
12 DOG DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
Eighteen months ago, I was born into a world that didn’t have room for me. I have been nobody’s dog my whole life. When I was very young I was brought to a home where I was promised they would find me a family. I spent my youth in a dark and dirty crate rarely getting the chance to run and play andexplore the world. Not too long ago, rescuers came and took me and 300 of my friends away from this place. Some of my friends could not be helped, but I was placed in a foster home.
My foster family showed me what life is supposed to be like. They bathed me, fed me, brushed me, took me on long walks and taught me how to play. The first time I was free to run in their yard was a joyous day I will never forget. But they were the bridge from what was to what will be and when I was ready, they hugged me goodbye and sent me to Helping Hounds.
The people here are very nice and I have made lots of friends. But it is busy here – all kinds of noises and activity that scare me so I spend most of the day curled up in the corner of my pen with a stuffed animal to bring me comfort. But when everyone has gone home at night, they let me come out and play and I feel so happy. I enjoy my walks with them and have discovered snow is my favorite thing to play in. I stop often to say thank you to my friend on the other end of the leash.
I am very shy and will need a calm and consistent home so I can build my confidence and get used to the world outside of a crate. Someone willing to take me to school would sure help a lot. If you can, I would really like to have a dog friend in my new home who could show me the ropes. Even though I get nervous, I am always very gentle with everyone I meet.
I never knew how fun life could be until I spent time with my foster family. My wish for Christmas is to have a family like that of my very own who will share their life with me until the last beat of my heart so I am never again nobody’s dog. If you can find that for me, I promise to learn to let go of my fears and trust them knowing we will always and forever keep each other safe.
WSEN IS HONORED TO PRESENT THE 12 DOG DAYS OF CHRISTMAS!
Each day December 9th-20th on our morning show, Gary Dunes will feature a rescue from Helping Hounds Dog Rescue in hopes to find the dog a much needed home in time for Christmas.You will then be able to view each dog with details here on our website.
Helping Hounds Dog Rescue is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization funded by donations, fundraisers and adoption fees. They would simply not exist with out the overwhelming support of volunteers and the community. In only four years they have successfully placed over 4,000 rescued dogs in homes!
So if you’d like to save the life of a dog and adopt , tune in each morning December 9th-20th at 7:20 am and 8:50 am with Gary Dunes.
If you cant adopt you can still make a donation to Helping Hounds here http://helpinghoundsdogrescue.org/donate/ and save a life.
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