Happy Tails of the Week

Fostering can be both challenging and rewarding, and we love our fosters at TLC! Here’s a note from one family about their recent foster Mandy.

Sometimes you have a foster that will put you through the works. Mandy appeared to lack some proper socialization skills and would mouth at people’s hands, feet, clothes or any other appendage/item within her reach. It became apparent after a week with us that this pup was possibly mouthing due to illness. It was soon discovered that she had terrible ear infections and a UTI. She never showed one sign of pain, but she was clearly communicating the best way she knew that she was in discomfort. Multiple vet visits and many food trials, baths, and ear care later, it was all worth it to have her find her family. And while some of her challenges really put us through the wringer and sometimes had us pulling our hair out, it was nothing compared to the life she experienced as a stray, in the shelter, or her health struggles. Little Miss Mandy Pandy can now rest her head in her permanent spot with those she can now call family and that makes all the craziness worth it. Have the best life, little mama.

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