A senior dog, ten years of age, recently fell out of the truck bed she was crated in – and her owners never stopped to find her. On Wednesday, Dallas Dog – Rescue.Rehab.Reform posted beautiful photos of the senior dog, and explained what happened before she came to be in their care:
This 10 year old senior was in a crate in the back of a truck. Her crate fell out and her owners kept driving, she was just a huntin’ dawg and they didn’t want her back. Too old to track and not worth nuthin!
She was found on a ramp on one of the busiest freeways in Dallas by a couple traveling from Colorado. She has a long road ahead, being treated for Ehrlica and heartworm.
Describing Dallas’ sweet disposition:
She loves children, other dogs and is sweet, gentle, slow and quiet. Dallas is her name and she isn’t ready for adoption until she gets through all of her medical treatment.
Dallas may not be ready for adoption, but she is enjoying the best that life has to offer thanks to the rescue group which is caring for her. Her foster mom writes:
She’s living her best life for the time being! She is THE SWEETEST pup and we just love her so much 😍
Donations for her care
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(Images via Dallas Dog – Rescue.Rehab.Reform Facebook page/RD Photography)
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