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Now Recovered from Starvation and Wounds, Briana Is Ready to Go Home!

Friday, December 28, 2012 - 1:45pm
Brown and black dog with pointy ears looking at camera

Guess who just became available for adoption?? Briana, the starving, injured German Shepherd mix who was found tethered in a yard back in August.

Here’s what Briana was dealing with when she came to us: starvation, dehydration, flea infestation and, perhaps most horrifying, a deep neck wound from a collar left on so long it became embedded in her flesh.

Briana recovered beautifully over several months, revealing herself to be a mellow, soulful lady who loves to play with toys and receive attention from people.

Know anyone who’d be interested in ringing in the new year with a loyal companion like Briana? Check out her page for more info.

This resilient, amazing pup deserves to learn what a loving home is like.

Can’t give Briana a home but still want to help? Donate to the ASPCA before January 1 and you’ll receive a 2012 tax break.

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Cathy

I hear this kind of shameful response from people occasionally. My response is always the same. If everyone did something to help out whether it's kids, elderly,animals, environment, etc. , the world would be a better place. Then I always ask, Where do you help out? And the answer is always the same.... "um um um" . That usually shuts them up.

tatiana

Why all of you pay attention to the first comment? It was written by a brainless person lacking education, tact and lacking brain actually. Glad that the dog is healthy!

bonnie

WWJD? I give 25 dollars a month EVERY month to the ASPCA....I'm gonna make sure they get the 250.00 dollar donation too, tomorrow when I go to pick up my new SUBARU....I was thinking of make a wish or something...but when I saw YOUR post I said "heel no! I'm giving to the ASPCA"! LOL!

Lisamarie Grosso

WWJD????? well, you stone-hearted, pathetic little person, THIS comes straight from HIS mouth to your stupid ears, “Aren’t five sparrows sold for a couple of pennies? BUT NOT ONE OF THEM IS FORGOTTEN BY GOD” (Luke 12:6). and this is from ME- If God places so much value in each of his creatures, how can we model ourselves after him by not making an effort to do the same? Every animal is a unique witness to us and the world of God's grace, and deserves our respect and admiration on behalf of their Creator. Think you'd better get thee to a bible study, and quick.

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