Breed: Dogue de Bordeaux
Current Location: Missouri
Adoption Date: January 25, 2019
Adopted by: the Bone family
We knew the village could do it and they have. We knew the perfect home for Candy Corn was out there somewhere and we’ve now found it. As I’ve stated before adopting a special needs dog like Candy Corn is truly rescuing a dog in the highest form. Candy Corn is a beautiful healthy Dogue are Bordeaux if you were just looking at her physicality. Her special needs come from the torment in her mind, nobody knows what she’s been through, nobody knows how far she will come out of it. I’ve showed you how she’s been worked with and I’ve shown you the progress she’s made. Adopting and working with a dog like this is a lifelong commitment and not to be taken lightly.
Today is the big day for Candy Corn she is going to live in Missouri with the Bone family. They have been watching the progress that CC made from the time that she came into the rescue up until today and after having interviews with both Laura and Julie about her special needs they are fully prepared to take this on. Her new mom Sue does not work and says she feels called to take on a dog that needs work and looks forward to helping bring CC even further out of her shell. They are experienced DDB owners even having one with epilepsy, and special needs dogs are what she prefers to rescue and work with.
Julie added her details today after meeting her new family:
Our girl has left the bldg with her VERY smitten mom and dad who are absolutely confident they are a perfect match for each other and can give her exactly what she needs 🙂 I felt great sending our very special girl off with them and they have already joined the Happy Tails Page where they promised we’d get to see lots of updates on her. Her new name is Chloe.
We are so happy for Candy Corn and so grateful for our village for finding this perfect home for her. We look forward to updates as she progresses in her new life.
Happy life, Chloe 💕
This girl is quite shy. After we secured her from the October puppy mill auction, we decided she would benefit from staying with foster mom, Mary and her pack of pups. She just turned 2 years old a couple of weeks ago and was advertised as being in heat now and we all know that’s a dollar sign in their eyes. Not for her, not again.
Formerly known as # 170 –
Say hello to Candy Corn!
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