Angel is a most trusting and gentle dog who has been the victim of cruelty many times.
She lived on the streets, and when she was pregnant, a rough kid kicked her in the belly. Luckily, her human friend Akansha, who feeds many strays every day, was passing by. Angel was in pretty bad shape, so Akansha took her home and got her medical care. Within a week, Angel delivered eight beautiful pups! Sadly, one didn't survive, but the rest were very lucky to be nurtured in a home with the good Samaritan who saved their mom.
Akansha contacted RWB to help find homes for the seven pups. We were able to fly all of the pups to New Jersey in December 2015, and place them in great forever homes.
But Akansha's small home is overcrowded, and poor Angel had to go back to the brutal streets and continue her struggle to survive there. Recently, we were horrified to learn that some drunken people had stabbed her! Once again, kind Akansha gave Angel temporary safe haven. Once again, she contacted RWB, this time to ask if we could possibly find a good home for Angel, as we were able to do for her pups.
Akansha tells us what a sweet dog Angel is! Angel runs up to her human and asks for kisses and cuddling. Her name defines her spirit—she is a source of love and goodness, giving back as much affection as she receives. Angel wants to sit in her person's lap for hours, listening carefully to understand human words and emotions. She'll make a wonderful family pet. She's great with adults and children, alike.
Angel is three to four years old, spayed, and fully vaccinated. She also has a blood and stool test report and an International Health Certificate. She is a medium size dog who weighs around 40 pounds. She gets along well with other dogs. (We prefer to place in her home without cats because she enjoys chasing them.) Angel is great with all people including children. She's a smart girl who's leashed trained and learning basic commands. A fenced-in yard would be ideal for her.
Angel's pure, loving nature has continued to shine despite the cruel, harsh life she's led up until now. RWB is committed to placing her with a wonderful family who's ready to love and care for her.
Please email Rescuewithoutborders@gmail.com for an Adoption Application.
Information on the Indian Native Dog breed:
IN (Indian Native), Desi (Local) or Pariah Dog is a pure, ancient, indigenous dog of India that abounds the Indian streets. A long time ago, thousands of years before the arrival of modern pure breeds, a race of dogs much like this one inhabited the Indian subcontinent. These were the very first domesticated dogs and Man's earliest animal companions. It has evolved entirely through natural selection without human intervention of any kind resulting into a very hardy, extremely intelligent, alert and independent thinking dog.
This is a natural breed of dog that is pure in a true sense and how nature intended a dog to be; hence they are way superior to the artificially developed man made breeds that we call pure breeds today. Its origin dates back 12,000 to 15,000 years – older than any other breed. This is a natural primitive breed which is a direct descendant of the early domesticated dogs. These dogs are found to be genetically healthy with no known genetic diseases and a very strong immune system. They are perfectly adapted for survival; a free-roaming life on the street for these dogs is always difficult and often hostile and hence requires high order of intelligence, quick and independent thinking to survive. On the streets it is the survival of the fittest, usually out of a litter some will get run over by cars while others will succumb to hunger and malnutrition. Only the most hardiest and intelligent ones will survive to produce off springs. When this survivor is adopted as a Pet, their owners are often awe struck with their beauty, grace, intelligence, loyalty and hardiness.
They are highly adaptable, quick learners and versatile and are known to be even smarter and definitely calmer than the intelligent Border Collies. They are very agile and excel at many dog sports such as agility and also make great jogging/running companions and can be even faster than Grey Hounds. While active outdoors, they are usually very calm and quiet indoors. They have tremendous stamina and hence need an active family who will take them for a daily brisk walks or a run.
IN Dogs are sensitive by nature and do not respond well to harsh training methods and hence need an even tempered, gentle but firm and loving owner who knows how to calmly and consistently communicate the rules of the house.
These dogs love children and are known to have a calm and gentle demeanor around them. They bond strongly with their people and make an excellent family pet that is very loving, loyal and intelligent. These dogs do not bark much but are always alert; they are friendly yet wary of strangers and make good watch dogs.
IN Dogs are low maintenance dog as they are generally very healthy and like to stay clean; they hardly shed and have virtually no doggy odor. Their smooth, fine short hair coat is easy to groom. They have an all-weather coat that allows them to easily adapt to different weather conditions.
A well-looked after pet IN dog will rarely need to see a vet and may live a healthy life of up to the age of 12 – 16 years.
This is a medium size dog with an average height of 20-25 inches (51-64 cms) at the shoulder and generally weigh about 28-55 pounds (12 – 22 kgs).
They are found in all colors and variation with erect or floppy ears; however, a typical IN Dog usually will have erect ears, a wedge-shaped head and a tail that curls over its back. Most IN Dogs are similar in appearance to other prehistoric dogs like the Australian Dingos.
In the last couple of years, we have successfully rescued, rehabilitated and found homes over 300 IN dogs throughout the Northeast United States and more recently in the West coast.
Please visit our Face book page to see the IN dogs adopted through our rescue.
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