For two years, Angel spent every moment of her life tethered by a chain. To her owners, the only purpose Angel ever served was to bear puppies; she has never known what it is like to be a pet where her life mattered. A scar running along the length of her back is the reminder of a horse dewormer that left her with third degree burns; that scar will never disappear.
Angel was rescued from her former tortured life by the Humane Society for Hamilton County (Indiana). She is overwhelmed in the kennel and spends most of her time hiding under her bed. Susan Jacobson Vetter stated: “I remember the first day Angel came in and she was shaking, and I got in her cage, and she crawled in my lap and melted into me. One of the other dog walkers came by and we were both in tears in minutes.”
Angel has been spending time at Paws & Play Dog Resort & Training Center learning how to be a dog; and a balanced one. She needs a seasoned adopter or foster home with someone who is patient and experienced. She must go to an adults only home with no cats or small dogs. Watch Angel’s video as the shelter’s executive director takes her out of her kennel. Their bonding will melt your heart. If interested in helping Angel, please fill out an adoption or foster application by clicking here. The Humane Society for Hamilton County is located at 1721 Pleasant St, Ste B, Noblesville, Indiana. Phone: (317) 773-4974.
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