Weight: 9 pounds
Current Location: Lake Tahoe, CA
Adoption Date: July 5, 2020
Adopted by: Kristina Saunders
Do you know how happy it makes us to rescue a 10 year old mill mama from a puppy mill auction and not only find her a home but find her a fantastic home?
The answer is extremely…
Karla drove Anne Marie to DFW airport this morning to see her new mama and see her off on her way to the rest of her life.
Ann Marie is going to live in Lake Tahoe, California with her new mama, Kristina Saunders. Kristina has had several rescues throughout the years including a Pomeranian who lived to be 16. Ann Marie will have a 10 year old Boston Terrier brother named Tux. Kristine takes Tux on many walks, bike rides and trips to the beach and now Ann Marie will join them too. Her new name will be Annie which fits her perfectly. She will be treated like the princess she is and will have the most wonderful life far away from her mill days. Happy, happy life sweetie. You deserve it!
About Ann Marie:
This is the 10 year old Pomeranian who was advertised as having had a litter in December at the age of nine, because there is no shame.
She was born on 4/8/10.
She was also advertised as due in heat anytime, so we will get her spayed as quickly as possible to avoid that.
She is formerly # 68.
We will be naming her Ann Marie after an RN for 31 years who is currently working 12 hour shifts in the ICU.
Welcome to Dog Ranch Rescue Ann Marie.
As we are imaging what these rescued mill dogs think lets focus on this little girl for a moment. 10 years old, her last litter was in December and advertised due to come into heat any time now…
The intake day I brushed her hair out removing another Pom the same size as her from her coat that was shedding so heavily. She froze in place on the floor in the same spot too afraid to move. Foster mom Karla took her home with her and Neal and sent us this update on this little girl.
“Ann Marie is so scared. She spends all her time in our bedroom on her own. We have let her be for now so that she can decompress. She has a comfy bed and open crate available, but chooses to sleep on the hard floor. Anytime is terrible to be in a mill, but 10 years is horrific. Unfortunately, she has not been interested in eating yet. She will give me cute tail wags when I sweet talk to her, but she is still very afraid of us. Even though she doesn’t really relax, I try to hold her several times a day to get used to human touch. She has no idea about where to do her business and piddles small amounts wherever she goes. We will work on that, but sadly she may never learn. One day at a time.”
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