Lost Dogs Found A New Home

I love stories about dogs being rescued.  It always gives me hope for the human.

Have you ever been in a park or a field and see a dog all alone running around?  When you do, do you ever wonder, “does that dog have a home”?.  I often do and after I saw this story I will wonder that more often.  It is a story about how a German Shepherd and a Pitbull were found to be homeless in the woods of Fort Worth, Texas. When rescuers first encountered the dogs, they were both very scared and defensive.  But with a loving approach and soothing voice, the rescuers were able to save the dogs.

According to residents who lived nearby the woods, the two dogs had been living in the woods for possibly months, relying on each other to survive.  No one knows where the dogs were from or how they made their way into the woods.  After hearing this story I wondered why the people who lived nearby didn’t do anything to help the dogs.  Was this a regular occurrence where they lived?  But fortunately, there are organizations who come to the rescue of dogs.

Judy Obregon, the rescuer, and founder of The Abandoned Ones (TAO) came out to help the dogs. 

She said that the German Shepard was the first to come out of hiding.  She decided to name her, Iris.  The Pitbull, who they named Clover, followed Iris’ lead and came out soon after.  You can see below how cautious Iris was when she was still in the woods. Thankfully the rescuers were able to find a good home for Iris and Clover.  They are thriving and have grown stronger each day.  Iris’ three favorite things to do is take baths, get massages, and play with children.  While Clover is more active – all he wants to do is have play time with other dogs and children.

I hope you enjoy this story as much as I do.  Feel free to Comment, Like or Share below.

 

IN foster care URGENT 05- 05-18 : FOSTER NEEDED (Fort Worth , Tx ) ( Part One ) She's been living in the woods for several weeks , turns out she wasnt alone 🙁 After being alerted by FWPO( s) regarding dog ( GSD ) living in woods ( Echo Lake / Carter Park ) area , I knew it was extremely URGENT to capture her gaining trust began , studying her every move , and determined ! at first once she saw my truck she'd run , every morning before sunlight I'd go to feed her , it's when she began waiting , I knew we were close .She also knew how desperate we were , so she made it a point .if you take me , you take my friend too ! Thats how I felt because he was no where around during the weeks we began feeding to gain trust .Her being elusive kept her safe from evil ( knowing if anyone else got near ) she would run .but the mission to rescuing her changed , because one turned into two .No way was I going to leave her buddy behind ! With wounds on his face it was urgent , and friendly he would become victim in the hands of evil that lurks this area ! ( photo in comment section) Going in everday , We know it's possible WE may find one in need , never do we have a FOSTER in place …just faith we will find one .we search the woods , the creeks , the lake , the park for possible dumped animals .She is and was another , along with her friend both in need ! While I have several videos from the day we started gaining trust , in some you can see how elusive she was , then just how she began to trust , one video she begins to walk up to me and one she's so happy she starts rolling on her back .I said the same thing to her everday , for her to know my voice and trust that one day her life would change . The look of worry , concern always gets me , and all so rewarding when we can change their frown , the fear they have into a smile ❤We can't do this alone , We need your help , to help us help them .If you can foster please contact www.taoanimalrescue.comthis video is only a glimpse of living life on the streets of danger ..in the woods with no one knowing you even exist but today their life changed !Donations directly to vet would be so greatly appreciated Dr Gibbs : 817-294-9798Thank you to TAO volunteer Emily Walker for her assistance ❤

Posted by The Abandoned Ones "Saving Animals in Danger" on Saturday, May 5, 2018

Attribution:The Abandoned Ones


Author: Bo Connlley

I've been very fortunate to have been raised with dogs and love and care for dogs, even to this day. That's why I love to share funny and inspirational stories about 'Man's Best Friend'.

1 thought on “Lost Dogs Found A New Home

  1. Growing up my Dad once rescued a dog who was sitting on the street corner by my Grandma and Grandpa’s house. He had been howling for three straight days. We named him Methuselah (Thusy for short). He looked so old when he came home to live with us. Surprising to us though, Thusy lived another 13 years!

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