When we got a foster offer and rescued her from the shelter, we discovered that she had pellets and metal fragments embedded in multiple places throughout her face and neck. We believe she was shot with a pellet gun multiple times, or with a shotgun. Because of the angle of the wounds, she was probably laying on her back looking up when she was shot. It’s amazing that this little girl is still alive.
It’s not surprising that she was terrified in the shelter, or that she was afraid of everyone. What she’s endured in her short life is inexcusable. She's had surgery to remove the bullet fragments, and she's learning that people can be kind to her. She's settled into her foster home, she's learned to trust people again, and she's blossoming into an amazing young dog. She's sweet, playful, and great with other dogs, cats and kids. Now it's time to find her furever home, where she'll be spoiled, loved and cherished.
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