October 1, 2015
Meet Debs a 4 year old Doberman who came to us in a horrific state. Poor Debs was found so emaciated that the RSPCA Inspector that rescued her didn’t think she would survive the journey to the hospital. Poor Debs could barely stand and had huge pressure sores on her hips that were open and bleeding. She has likely endured months of neglect and would have certainly perished if neighbours hadn’t spotted her and called the RSPCA out to her aid.
Debs has always been a pleasure to look after in the kennels, and now that she is well on the road to recovery we would like to find her a nice family to rest and re cooperate with. As Debs still has a way to go before she is fully recovered, she will require temporary ongoing care for a further few months. We are looking for a family to foster Debs initially. She could be adopted by this same family once shes fully recovered. While she remains as a fostered dog, the branch will supply her food and will help any fosterer with maintaining a feeding plan, supply any veterinary treatment she requires and provide all/any equipment needed.
As she has been starved for a prolonged period of time, Debs does have quite an interest in finding and consuming food. She is able to find the smallest crumb known to man and will put a huge amount of effort into attaining every morsel. She will require a patient and experienced family to help her adjust to a loving home, while being able to keep a watchful eye on her as she is a determined bin raider!
Debs is a lovely friendly girl who is desperate to be loved. She has lived with another dog previously so would likely be able to live with a new brother or sister. As Debs does require some training we are searching for a home with children over the age of 10, where the adopter will be around for most of the day.
For further information about fostering, or to meet Debs please contact email@example.com