Rhea has a sad story but don't worry this story has a happy ending and will be even happier when we find her perfect loving family.
This poor girl was definitely breed and dumped when her owner decided they didn't want her anymore. She was hungry and walking the streets for days according to the vet that did her amputation surgery.
Rhea was hit by a car and left on the side of the road with bones sticking out of her leg and scraps all over her body. Left there to die. Many drove by her and no one stopped to help her.
Animal control did pick her up and brought her to the Humane Society of Imperial County which is when we received a call from the director to see if we could assist.
Of course we found a foster with allowed us to take this sweet gal and I'm so happy we were there for her when everyone else failed her.
Through all of this, Rhea could be any sweeter. Yes, she does take a bit to trust someone she doesn't know and we can't blame her. Once she trusts you she is the most darling dog you'll ever meet. She loves her foster Pit Bull brothers and is so motherly to them.
As you can see in her pictures, she smiles all the time! Just a happy girl and we adore her.
She is gentle and has the kindest soul.
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