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MARCH – Brooke has recovered from her wounds and our volunteers are working to increase her confidence as well. She has a very sweet nature and enjoys getting out and about when she is taken for a walk. Brooke is cautious with strangers and a bit shy at first. Once she realizes she can trust you, she quickly becomes your friend.
Brooke will do best in a quieter home that understands what she has endured in her past. She bonds to those she likes and will become your constant companion.
How did such a beautiful girl end up unwanted and left in the night drop box at an overcrowded shelter? At first the staff was stymied as to why anyone would leave a dog as sweet as Brooke in the night drop box. Then the vet examined her and it became clear why Brooke’s family no longer wanted her.
Brooke has wounds on the back of her neck that are infected and sore. Fur is missing in patches and the skin is angry and red. The shelter believes several of these sores became abscessed and were untreated. When we heard her story, we could not turn our backs on her.
Brooke needs your help to raise the needed funds for her treatment. She needs expensive antibiotics, IVs and medicated baths to restore her health. She is a friendly, sweet girl and deserves a chance to find a family that will love her and provide her with a home.