Traumatized Dog Was Found At A Dumping Ground, But A Little TLC Helped Him Come A Long Way
“It could be a comfort thing, or it could be that she’s holding on so she doesn’t fall,” Olivieri told the Dodo. “It’s hard to say with abused dogs like that.” Since Furever Bully Love rescue doesn’t have a physical shelter, Harper went straight into foster care with a woman name Cheryl Kessler.
As you can see, Harper clung to whomever she was with like her life depended on it.
Although Harper has only been in foster care for a few weeks, Harper has improved immensely.
“She leaves her crate and runs around outside,” Kessler told The Dodo. “She’s doing donuts in the backyard, and just being a very normal, typical dog. I love seeing her come out of her shell, and her personality come through.”
“Every day she does better and better,” Olivieri says. “She’s becoming more of a dog — she’s learning that she’s going to get food every day, and that she’s going to get love every day.”
Harper will be up for adoption in about five months. If you’d like to adopt her, or one of Furever Bully Love Rescue’s other dogs, please email them at email@example.com. We’re rooting for you Harper!