Breed: Dogue de Bordeaux
Current Location: Houston, TX
Adoption Date: November 17, 2017
Adopted by: Lory Martin
This precious girl has taken us a very long time to get her healthy enough for her adoption. She came out a local shelter in rough shape, emaciated, covered in skin infection, terrible ear infection that took two months to clear, and sick with heart worms.
Audrey has been with us over two months. Her new mom, Lory Martin, from Houston, Texas adopted our sweet Bordeaux Sally and said she wanted another one, (because that’s how it works with Bordeaux’s) you can’t have just one…
Lory has ducks at her house and needs a dog that has no interest in them, we tested Audrey a long time ago with my hens and she couldn’t care less about them. I told Lory I think Audrey is your next girl and from there Lory waited and waited and waited until finally today she was ready to get her girl.
I love this girl so much and I’m glad I wasn’t there for her adoption because I have tears just writing this. I’m going to miss her sweet self. She couldn’t be in better hands, she won’t be more spoiled than with Lory and I know that Lory will provide all the butt scratches that Audrey needs and demands.
Look at these smiles on these two ladies!!!
Happy life Audrey I’m going to miss you so….
We were notified about this girl in a shelter as a stray in Weatherford, TX several days ago. She was on stray hold and once that was cleared, the shelter volunteers were able to evaluate her for us with other dogs and they reported to us that she did very well with large and small dogs.
She’s in rough shape and HW positive, but you know we will get her in tip top shape in no time. I want to thank the volunteers in this shelter for working so well with us to help this girl.
Welcome to Dog Ranch Rescue, Audrey.
Audrey has arrived at the Ranch. She’s in pretty bad shape as we expected. Dr D. guesses she’s about four and has had a very rough life. She’s obviously produced lots of puppies, and she’s very emaciated. She’s been fed at the shelter for the two weeks she’s been there so I can only imagine how thin she was when she was picked up as a stray.
She’s HW positive, absolutely covered in skin infection from head to toe, and will need quite some time to recover from that before she can be spayed and have HW treatment.
She’s a little shy and kept her tail tucked most of the time. She will be in isolation for a couple of weeks at the Ranch while we spend time with her getting to know her. She’s weary and needs rest at this point and that’s just what we will give her.
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