We wish that they could talk, and tell us who hurt them. This is another dog who has been abused, and neglected. She was found wandering the streets, with this ... horrific embedded collar, where she was obviously tied up and forgotten about for a long period of time. No one saw that her chain collar had grown into her neck, causing a festering infection, that could have killed her. We have named her Lady Jane.
Lady Jane has had her collar that was embedded into her flesh, surgically removed, and she is at our vet partner recovering from her ordeal. We couldn't let her suffer, and we have taken her into SCR where she will never be hurt or neglected again. We get 100s of calls for help daily, and we sure can use your help to continue to save dogs like Lady Jane.
Please go to www.nycsecondchancerescue.org/donate to help us with Lady's medical care, and those like Lady Jane who are awaiting to be rescued. We can only keep saving them, if we have the funds to treat their wounds.
Tied out and left behind, we will never understand or be able to fathom why or how people can treat a loving dog so terribly. Lady Jane found herself tied out and forgotten about. She had been there so long that her neck had been cut open by the rope tied around her neck. She came to us a skinny, scared, emotionally and physically injured pup. In a very short time, she has grown into a beautiful and strong dog. When you look into her eyes do you no longer see fear and apprehe nsion. Now you see confident, strong, and a beautiful soul who is ready to find a home who will give her the love and attention she deserves.
Lady Jane is a young adult and about 3 years old. She is a smaller dog at only 40 pounds. She is a higher energy dog and would do well with a family who is active. She LOVES to walk, hiking would be a great way for her to burn off some energy. She LOVES to learn and is very food driven. She is a typical terrier mix and enjoys to hunt for smaller critters (squirrels and chipmunks).
To apply to adopt or foster this beautiful dog please apply today!
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