A Pretty Girl Needs A Home

 |  Apr 10th 2009  |   5 Contributions


That's right, Pretty Girl is in desperate need of a home. I was sent an email letting me know about her, when I opened up the picture and saw her face I knew I had to post.

Hi to all,

I am personally in need of help. Some of you might remember about a year ago I sent out an email for help w/ getting Pretty Girl placed. She was a neighbor's dog that had been tied to a tree for most of her life and the neighbors moved and left her. Our old neighbors treated her for heartworms and took care of her. When it got colder I offered to keep her in my basement with a space heater, as the weather got better she stayed in my backyard during the day. It worked out great! Until my landlord told me to move or buy the house we were in.

So we moved, between my boyfriend and I we have 8 dogs and 9 cats (one is a foster). Our friend took Pretty Girl and she has been living on his screened in patio and yard. He told me he was intending to adopt her, so I stopped trying to place her. Well, needless to say, he told me the other day he needs for Pretty Girl to be gone in about 1 week.

Our house is very full, but more importantly, PG doesn't fit in our groups. She is good with male dogs, but not really females. She also is not great with cats. She is amazing with all people. She is current on vaccines and is heartworm negative. I have been taking care of her heartworm, flea prevention and food. I am willing to continue with this if someone can help.

Right now I'm overwhelmed with my own pets (one is recovering from major orthopedic surgery) and I work 2 jobs (I'll stop complaining now). I'm just concerned even if we physically have room for her at our house, she'll never get attention, and I won't have the time to try to pursue a permanent home for her.

If anyone can help, please, please, please let me know!

I'm willing to drive her around the SE too!

Laura
404-414-8104

Hey, who wouldn't want a Pretty Girl? If you can help out please contact Laura as soon as possible.

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