Breed: French Bulldog
Current Location: Arlington, TX
Adoption Date: July 3, 2020
Adopted by: The Denson family
Just 24 hours later Dorothy Goe was adopted to a new family.
We were contacted by many people wanting to adopt her, many of them previous adopters which always makes things easier as we already know the family. This family was also a previous 3 time adopter with Dog Ranch Rescue.
The Denson family from Arlington, TX, they adopted Tascha, Upside Down Cake, and Cherish so they are very experienced mill mama adopters with Dorothy being their 4th mill mama. They have not one concern over her house training, and have lots of hands willing and able to work with this sweet girl to get outside and go potty.
They were so excited with squeals of laughter when they met her. Her new name will be Hazel Grey which is a name her daughter had picked out since 8th grade. They brought their Dog Ranch Rescue alums among for the ride. Riley Rose (fka Upside Down Cake and Aspen Chanel (fka Cherish). They all loved Hazel right from the start.
They had wanted Hazel Grey (Dorothy Goe) from the very first post and were ecstatic that she was available.
Happy life Hazel Grey your worries are all over..
#382 is a female French Bulldog and she was born on 05/27/2014. In her last litter she had 4 pups and they say she was a great mother. Now that she’s with us she will be spayed and never have another litter and will be adopted to be a very loved pet for the rest of her life. Welcome this pretty girl to Dog Ranch Rescue. Her name is Dorothy Goe. Dorothy is a registered nurse caring for those in need during this pandemic.
A little info on Dorothy Goe who is being fostered by one of our captains Jennifer Alvarado:
“I feel this was meant to be and Dorothy needed me. I’ve never worked with a more broken dog. Not a one at the sanctuary. My biggest accomplishment is getting her to pee twice. She will not eat or drink even a sip of water. I’ve put it on her lips and even a dropper in her mouth. She falls asleep standing up when I take her out to potty.
The poor girl is terrified of the outside world and will need lots of time and patience and that’s just what we will give her.
This girl is really coming out of her shell. She is venturing out of her kennel more and more and will now approach us. She is still skittish though and while she will let us pet her head, she quickly retreats to her safe spot if you move too fast. She hasn’t had an accident in the house in almost a week. She gets the cutest little wiggle butt when she’s happy to see you and now does the funniest awww shucks move with her front legs that I must try to get on video. She gets along great with all my dogs and is looking to them for clues on how to be a dog and act outside of a mill. She thinks they are crazy when they chase the duck living in our backyard and just walks on by. Cuddling with me on the coach while forced is being tolerated. Another funny thing she has started is “stealing” all the toys from around the house and taking them to her kennel where she snuggles them. Today I was cleaning out a closet and she stole my sons old baby blanket and pulled it all the way through the house to her bed. 😂😂. Relax and enjoy your babies Dorothy Goe.
I’ll say it every time. A dog being returned breaks out heart but sometimes it happens. Dorothy GoE is a 6 year old Frenchie who came to us so very shy. Her foster mom Jennifer worked so hard to help her and she was finally adopted. Her new mom recently had back surgery and Dorothy has been too difficult for them to housebreak her and the husband wanted her returned.
Cassandra drove to their home to pick her up and will take her home to foster her. We could use applications for Dorothy as she is already vetted and ready to be rehomed. Always remember these mill mama’s require a great deal of patience and perseverance in housebreaking them. They come with absolutely no skills or understanding about potting outside. It’s not for everyone and please don’t minimize the challenge or think of it lightly.
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