Thursday, February 26, 2015

Terre Haute IN (Humane Society) Freedom & Liberty - Bonded Senior Lab Girls Need a Home

From: Katie Walter <katie.walter@att.net>
Date: Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 7:40 AM
Subject: Terre Haute, IN (Humane Society) - Freedom & Liberty - Bonded Pair Senior Lab Girls!!
Remember these two Labs?  They were brought back to the shelter.  L

"They got adopted, but the people worked and at least Freedom can't hold it all day, and Liberty barks if no one is around, so they brought them back".  




  
From: Sharon Mattison [mailto:slmcpa@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2015 7:49 PM
To: slmcpa@aol.com; maryannhetreed204@gmail.com
Freedom & Liberty
- Bonded Pair Senior Lab Girls! 

 Freedom--now & on Arrival (right Pic)

 Right when they arrived



Liberty & Freedom now


These sweet female Labs arrived together (Mandatory Owner Relinquish for Neglect) in terrible shape with lots of skin issues.  They look great now.  They just need a quiet place to hang out now.  


They got adopted, but the people worked and at least Freedom can't hold it all day, and Liberty barks if no one is around, so they brought them back.  


We guess Liberty at 7 years or 8 and Freedom at 11 to 13.  They are bonded as you can see. They are both HW Neg, and have had their DAPPV & Bordetella.  

They are content at the shelter as long as we leave them together.  They need a home.  

Vet said Liberty was so sweet when he did the skin scrapings.  Neither have much in the way of teeth, but that doesn't keep them from enjoying treats.  The vet said Freedom most likely has had her jaw broken at some point in her life.  Liberty is in pretty good shape.


Any questions or for additional temperament testing, please contact
Sharon Mattison, Volunteer Rescue Coordinator, Terre Haute Humane Society 
(812) 877-6711, Cell (812) 243-4309