Dogs Trust Harefield centre helps give dogs another chance to find a happy home. One such example is two defenseless lurcher puppies named Wendy and Wilson who were cruelly treated and abandoned. These dogs could hardly walk, suffered from severe dehydration, and were undernourished. Rehabilitation was a slow process, but eventually their condition improved.
After three weeks had passed and the dogs were doing well, they were placed with a foster carer where they were in a real home receiving TLC while awaiting their new forever home. Fortunately, Wendy has found her forever home, but Dogs Trust is still looking for a good match for Wilson. People who think they might be a good match for Wilson can check out his profile on the company website.
- Wendy and Wilson were two dogs that were left behind, Wendy being born partially blind and Wilson being partially deaf.
- The dogs when they were found were severely dehydrated and had issues walking as they were hunched up and underweight.
- After three weeks of rehabbing, both the dogs were well enough to be put into the Home from Home foster care.
“Wendy and Wilson were given extra feeds and encouraged to eat watery puppy food soup they could easily digest.”