Traci, Saved From a High Kill Shelter, Needs a Home Urgently
Traci has had a very difficult life and thought she had it made when she was plucked from a high-kill shelter. Now, she urgently needs a forever home.
Here is her story:
"Traci is a mixed-breed pup that has a lot of scars; possibly a bait dog. She was dumped at the Lincoln County shelter in Kentucky and was advertised as pregnant. No one wanted her to be birthing at a shelter and so she was pulled by a rescue that was committed to a pregnant dog. We took Traci to the vet and he said she's actually not pregnant but instead full of milk and was likely taken from her pups. The rescue backed out and now we have no foster and might have to return her to the shelter.
This girl is a sweetheart but scared of everything: loud noises, a kind word, a man’s voice, a touch. She is the perfect girl and goes out to potty and only wants a warm bed and food in her belly. She would be perfect for a quiet home without small children, and someone with the patience to draw her out of her shell.
She is up to date on all shots, heartworm negative, wormed and on preventatives. She is now spayed as well."
Please help Traci; she loses her foster this weekend.
If you think you can help Traci by adopting her, or even by providing a foster home, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Trunfio at email@example.com.
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