Wyoming, Nevada, Dakota and Washington are shepherd mixes, approximately 5 months young. They are not ready for adoption yet, as they are still very traumatized by their early life with a hoarder. We are so grateful to have loving volunteers who are trying to help the boys learn to love and trust--it must be so awful to be such a frightened little puppy when the world holds so much potential for fun...
Wyoming is making the best progress of the bunch and allows himself to be pet and even bathed. He has a long, long way to go and is still not ready to walk on a leash, but we see a little bit of progress every day. When we take in dogs that are long term projects like these pups are, we rely on the support of wonderful animal lovers to help us offset costly boarding while the pups are with us. They are not relaxed enough to move into foster homes yet, so we are asking for donations to help with their needs. Please pledge your gift in any amount to help these sweet brothers who are so deserving. Simply click on DONATE and indicate that your gift is for Wyoming.
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