Monday, July 8, 2013

Lafayette TN: Miles the Dog (scars and 10 lbs lighter)



From: lhitchens tds.net <lhitchens@tds.net>
Date: Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 5:44 AM
Subject: Lafayette, TN Miles( scars and 10lbs lighter)
To:

The rescue mentioned below is Nora Becket, Doggoneheaven "Rescue" in West Point, TN .  doggoneheaven@hitmail.com    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dog-Gone-Heaven-animal-rescue/115416051826765
She is also a breeder. Lee these folks only take animals that have sponsorship or donor money. Their dogs are chained to trees, stakes, several dogs inside a fenced in area,etc. she is a nurse at Urgent Care in Lawrenceburg Tn. Her husband Jack does not work.
I believe she needs to be added to the DNA list, if she could do this to a healthy dog in less than a month. Shameful !!!
If you have room and can help, please do.  Cross posting to other rescues if appreciated as well.

PICTURES TAKEN JULY 6TH, 2013:


Miles was brought into AC in Lafayette, Tenn. back in June 2013. Miles was rescued in June of 2013 and was then removed from this rescue on Saturday 6 July 2013.

Miles now has several scars about his body and face, along with punctures and he is ten pounds lighter . Miles has been seen by a vet for Demodex  and his wounds and is currently on medication.


Miles is in need of a rescue that is reputable, can attend to his medical needs and keep him safe.

Miles was an inside dog at one time, Miles is a very mild dog, cries when left alone, wants badly to be touched, loves being with people, is very affectionate and while at the AC was very good with the other dogs. Miles really enjoys riding and running after toys. I don't know how he is with cats.

Miles deserves to have a family that will ALWAYS keep him safe, love him and most of all make him a part of their family.

If you can assist Miles call Parker
423-278-4622
Rparker703@yahoo.com

-- 
Lee

Lee Hitchens
 

"I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man." -- Mahatma Gandhi

"Some people wonder why we help animals in need. We don't understand why they wonder" - Unknown