Breed: French Bulldog
Current Location: Arlington TX
Adoption Date: May 17, 2018
Adopted by: The Swindle family
Glory came to us 5 months ago, a breeder surrender and what a mess she was. She had some of the worst most resistant skin infection that we have battled. It took months and months to even get her healthy enough for a spay, foster mom Sherry has cared for her day after day, bath after bath, bleach soak after bleach soak, she’s been in the care of the dermatologist and the Eye Institute and Dr. D.
We have finally come to the end and she was ready for adoption and today foster mom sherry helped facilitate that.
She will go live with Melissa and Greg Swindle from Arlington Texas. She has a Frenchie brother named Chauncey who has allergy and skin issues too so mama is very well versed on what Glory will need for the rest of her days.
Glory is a completely different dog from when she came in, not only physically but mentally. She was very quiet and shutdown and now is a happy playful girl who loves other dogs and I’m told her and Chauncy have already hit it off big.
It’s a very glorious day for Glory.
Happy life sweetheart
This sweet girl was a breeder release in Missouri, and our hero warrior D.S. went to get her took her home. As you can see she’s in rough shape and needs a lot of help with her skin.
What I’m told is that she’s four years old and has obviously been severely neglected. The woman that has been holding her for us for the last couple of week said she’s come quite a ways since she was released to her and just stepping on grass was completely foreign to her.
Transporter Ricky Barnes transported her to DS who will be spoil and love her, as well as give her a good scrubbing like only D. S. can do.
Can I get a welcome to Dog Ranch Rescue to Glory!
Glory has arrived and Dr D has examined her. Of course her ears are horribly infected, her skin is horribly infected, she’s yeasty, she’s stinky, she has entropian in both eyes and will need surgery. She has dry eye and her right eye is very scarred from both of these issues. Dr D says she can see but will have some limitations in her right eye.
She will need lots of medicine, lots of baths and lots of love. Dr D said she’s just terrified and needs some good TLC.
Foster mom Sherry has hurried over to Dr D’s to pick her up and take her home and begin all of her care. Once she’s healthier I will have Sherry bring her over to the Ranch for some daycare and we will get to know her and see what kind of Home she will eventually need. It will be months before she’s ready for that.
For now she truly is in her Glory days.
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