Meet two- year-old Amelia EAR-Heart! Amelia has come such a long way from being a dog who was living on her own. She was trapped with what was believed a broken leg, but after some good nutrition and time healing our orthopedic vet believes she struggles with on again and off again pain from hip dysplasia. It doesn’t slow her down though and a simple joint supplement will go a long way for her comfort into the future.
Amelia has gone from not being comfortable with human touch to a big climb into your lap cuddle bug. She just moved in with another female and male dog on property and does great playing and communicating. She is on the smaller side at just under 40 pounds.
Resident dogs are encouraged to meet Amelia before adoption and we can cat test her for anyone interested.
We got several calls about a small dog dragging and/or pulling up her back leg and living outside of a ranch. She wouldn’t let anyone touch her or get close. It’s tough with rural area animals because there isn’t an easy open-intake shelter solution for them. It is usually rescue or euthanasia. We were glad we had space to help. She has since blossomed into the sweetest and happiest girl. She loves to cuddle and play with her roommates. For some dogs you can see on their faces or eyes that they are so thankful to have a second chance, and Amelia is one of those dogs!