Ramblings From The Ranch

Ramblings From The Ranch

By Syd Sullins



audrey1How would anyone think it’s acceptable to take your dog, just days after she’d given birth, to a seldom used gravel road and tie her to a fence post? Then walk away? That’s where we found beautiful Audrey. The man who told us where to find her said she’d been there for three days. We untied her and brought her to the Ranch.  Yes, she was hungry and thirsty. But what she needed most was love. From the moment we had her, the kisses never stopped.

Luckily we were able to get Audrey into an immediate foster home and she blossomed. Her coat is glossy, her eyes are bright and she loves to run.  At her foster home is an older Golden who had begun to forget how to play, but he can’t resist Audrey either. She’s re-teaching him the joys of chase as he tries to keep up with this playful imp.  She loves soft beds and cuddly toys. If she can get to it, a roll of toilet paper is a lot of fun as well. 

The most amazing thing about Audrey is how she bonds to her person.  After just a few days with her foster mom, we noticed that Audrey did not like to let her out of her sight. Audrey’s eyes followed her everywhere. I guess she wanted to make sure she was never abandoned again.

Sadly, this is only a short-term foster and Audrey desperately needs a new home. If you have room in your home and a place in your heart, please consider Audrey or one of the other beautiful dogs at the Ranch. It seems that whatever wrong has been done to these dogs can be righted by just a bit of love and caring.

Contact us at: www.lakesidespayandneutercenter.com  331.270.4447


For more information about Lake Chapala visit: www.chapala.com

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