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Butler County Animal Rescue needs your helpPosted Sunday, September 21, 2008, at 5:02 PM
Poor Dog Rescued in June is doing well
A PEEK AT WHAT WE DO! Grab a napkin (or hide your gun) before you read!
In June we rescued "Poor dog" from the KK highway. He had almost no hair on him, he was almost starved to death and extremely dehydrated. This poor dog had no time left. He was on the verge of death. For the last 3 months, he has been recuperating and doing well. His previous abuse shows in how he reacts towards men, he is submissive towards our male volunteers. Not to mention his "Elvis Presley" lip curl --some"one" has kicked him in his poor little mouth so hard, they broke the upper portion of his mouth. His teeth sit in at a very odd angle on one side. He was in pretty bad condition when he came here, some one may have thought he looked too gross and kicked him away from them. We saw the wonderful temperament this approximately 6 month old puppy has and wonder how anyone can neglect and abuse such a sweet little baby like this. The sad truth is we have seen worse, and I am sure we will see worse in the future. To see more pictures go to our website http://www.theothersideofthefence.org/
We need your help building a Fenced in Dog Park, if you have time, fencing, or money you can donate please contact 573-686-7551
To help us feed our animals please donate your scrap metal and aluminum cans. We go through 40 pounds of dog food a day.
We also offer the following services, which are provided by volunteers: obedience training, pet sitting, nail trimming, house sitting, dog walking...and more please visit our website for more information
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Jaymeey Hatfield is a community activist who enjoys rescuing animals and helping people get information they need.
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