Recovery Begins for 29 Surrendered Dogs
Following the surrender of 29 dogs from a property in Arkansas, we’ve been working round-the-clock at our emergency shelter to assess their medical and behavioral needs so they can begin to recover. As they’ve had time to settle in, we’ve seen that many of the dogs are extremely fearful and will need intensive behavioral treatment from our team.
See below for photos following their removal as we help them take their next steps toward recovery.
Dogs were found huddled together next to a small, dilapidated structure that seemed to be their only shelter, while other dogs roamed the property.
As they were removed from the property, some dogs were completely shut down in fear.
Immediately after their removal, we transported the dogs to our emergency shelter.
Some of the dogs were too fearful to leave their crates after arriving safely.
While others slowly began to come out of their shells.
Some even started to open up to our responders and shelter staff.
While these dogs have a long road ahead of them, we are thankful to be able to help them get the second chances they deserve. Thanks to people like you, we can continue to provide care, comfort and rehabilitation to those who need us most.
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