Friday, January 15
Junebug in January
We adore Junebug. A Good Samaritan saw this sad-eyed, worn out, sick and pitiful girl for sale and just couldn't bear the thought of her being sold to someone to make more puppies. The Good Samaritan met the owner in a dark parking lot in a not-so-nice part of town, threw some cash at her, snagged little Junebug and ran. We don't advise buying dogs from anyone in a dark parking lot! But we are so glad Junebug is out of harm's way!
Here's a note from JB's foster mom. The photos capture her unique beauty. What a difference in these photos from the photo that accompanied her advertisement.
"Junebug is making great progress. She was spayed, micro-chipped, and received all her immunizations over the holidays and bounced back very quickly from the surgery. My vet said she has definitely had multiple litters of puppies. Her ears are clear now, although he said she had some scar tissue in both ears as a result of chronic, untreated ear infections, but not enough to affect her hearing.
Although she's still thin, her coat is filling in nicely, the bald spots are hardly visible anymore, and her allergies seem to be under control. She has also put on some weight, which she really needed.
She is very active and playful and gets along great with Duke and Sophie. She is quite the sprinter; I was in my front yard with the three of them, and she saw a deer across the street, bolted after it and chased it down the street like she was a greyhound. I was huffing and puffing by the time I caught up with her. Thankfully, she didn't get close enough to it to be in danger. That's all I need is to get black-balled as a volunteer for letting her get kicked by a deer! Needless to say, she won't be going out without a leash, and she will definitely need a home that is fenced in.
She is such a sweetheart and so affectionate; she follows me wherever I go. She is so low maintenance that it would be very easy to keep her! I think she will be able to go available in the next couple of weeks, and I am so hoping she will be adopted quickly. She has some traits and mannerisms that are very terrier-like. I have attached some photos of her in all her cuteness!"
Isn't she a pretty girl? We all think she is just adorable, gushes
The Frog Princess