An appropriate name for a little dog that needed just that…HOPE that someone would see her for the adorable dog she is and not just her malformed leg.
HOPE that someone would step up to rescue her from the county pound and get her the vet care she so desperately needs.
HOPE that someone would love her until the end instead of abandoning her as her previous “family” did.
M.A.I.N. and a wonderful foster stepped up to give Hope all these things she so deserves and now we’re calling on YOU all to help us share her pictures and story.
Please, if you are able, donate to Hope’s medical care chip-in fund by clicking the Pay Pal link at the bottom of the page. Thank You!
Hope has been adopted! Congrats to our beautiful TriPAWd and her fur-ever family!
A note on Hope from her foster mom: Hope has a special tripawd walking harness, and she has made progress learning to walk on a leash. She gets along great with the dogs in her foster home, and would do well as either an only dog, or with other balanced dogs. We don’t know about cats, as I don’t have a cat. Hope is smart and sensitive, and learns quickly. She does not bark unless she has a reason. Hope would do best in a single level home with a securely fenced yard. She loves to sunbathe outdoors and loves to sit and cuddle with her person and watch TV. She thrives on human attention. She loves to sleep with her person too. Children in the home should be older. Hope is housebroken, and hasn’t had a single accident in the home. She needs a home that is loving and understanding of all she has been through, but also one that can be Hope’s pack leader as she continues to blossom and learn about life. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed having her, but now it is time for Hope to find her forever home!
Update on Hope, Aug. 28th: Hope is moving better today. She trots around just fine, it’s being touched that she has the problem with. Today I was able to pick her up without too much trouble. She still looks to me for comfort, crawls in my lap, wants her massage and gives me kisses. Every day is a little bit better, and I have no doubt Hope will get through this. She is a very special girl who is worth it all!
Update on Hope, Aug. 23rd from her foster mom: Hope is home from the hospital! Her surgery went well. Her right front leg was twisted at a 90 degree angle. Dr. Andre said she either had a fractured humerus (upper arm) at the shoulder that was never repaired, or possibly even had a birth defect. Right now she is hypersensitive to touch, although she did roll over for a belly rub. I am going to lay down with her for a bit and see if she will calm down. She gets her staples out in 10-14 days. Now she needs TLC, time, and rest. Poor girl has been through so much.
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Update on Hope from her foster mom, July 12th:
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