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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Past Urgent Needs Dogs

Past urgent needs dogs

Bozley

Charley_and_BozleyBozley is a handsome 4 year old Wire Fox Terrier American Fox Terrier Rescue rescued from a nightmarish hoarding situation in Missouri. Picked up with his pal, Charley, Bozley adapted well to living in a home environment.

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Pup-Date: Bozley - Post Surgery

Bad_Boz6/7/2011 (As always, click on any picture for a larger view!) Pup-date:  Summer is proving to busy for everyone, so we're trying to keep things updated - but vacations and graduations and life cut into everyone's time. So here goes with the latest couple of weeks of Boz-dom:

Yes, Bozzy continues to keep everyone on their toes.  With his extreme talent in cage climbing, he's going to have to go to a home that can appreciate his quirks and talents!  He's doing well, and stayed with another rescue person for a week while Ilonka was out of town and did well.  After she got back, the physical therapy portion of his life began.  He has started going for short walks to use the leg and is doing well.  He's met other dogs on his walks and has been nice to them. 

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Gemini

GeminiGemini is a lovely Fox Terrier lady. Because of economic pressures, her family couldn’t afford vaccinations or heartworm testing since 2008.  After much soul-searching, they tearfully surrendered her to American Fox Terrier Rescue in the Spring of 2011.

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Jake

Jake_BoneJake was surrendered by his owner to a local Maryland shelter.  We were told that he is good with children but not housebroken at 9 years old.  He was vaccinated on a regular basis and groomed, but he was intact and desperately needed dental care.  So an appointment was made and Linda took him to the vet. 

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Lily

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Lily came to us Heartworm positive.  She was a sad little dog that required weeks of very intense and painful treatment, followed by confinement so that she wouldn't dislodge any heartworms, which can kill a dog.

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