At 11 months old, little Haley was a nursing mom whose people abandoned her in an apartment, no food or water, and took her puppies-leaving her alone to fend for herself. She was picked up by SanBern police and put in a high-kill shelter, labelled fearful and scheduled to be killed because she was so traumatized. Hardly enough time to be seen by a rescue, we noticed her on her last day and helped her get to a safe place where she immediately came out of her shell. Shout out to all the volunteers at SBC shelter for getting her noticed! As her picture shows (and we have more), she is learning quickly to trust people again, and is good with other dogs that are not real pushy. This girl has good potential for living successfully with cats, given a little guidance-she is not interested in chasing the bunnies running around our place! She has a spay appointment on the books, is fully vaccinated/microchipped and looking for a home that wont let her down. Call us at 406-270-3903 to meet this lovely little girl. More info to come, Haley is catching her breath in her wonderful foster home!
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