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Best Friends, SOAPS Success Story
Friday, 19 March 2010

March 19--  The local Sweet Onion Animal Protection Society continues to place homeless animals from local shelters and through its Foster Pet Families program.  Here are two stories, one from a family which adopted and another from a foster Mom who saved a puppy's life and is looking for a forever family. 

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Here is a success story about one of our SOAPS fosters who was transferred to K-9 Life Savers.

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"Everything is great!  We couldn't have asked for a better dog.  Her name is Molly!  She's sweet, loving, friendly with people and other dogs.  She's been enjoying walks, playing in the yard and going to the dog park.  At the vet for her check up, they said she has an infection in both ears and we've notice her itching a lot.  The vet put her on ear medicine and antibiotics for her itching; and we are to go back in another week for a check up.  Hopefully, the itching will get better soon.

My boys love her so much and she loves them back."
 
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"APPLE" BEFORE                                                  "APPLE" AFTER

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This is Apple. She is currently 8 months of age. I have been fostering Apple since she was 6-7 weeks old. Unfortunately, her little life did not get off to a very good start. When I found this poor baby, her little spirit was broken beyond imagination.

As you can see by comparing the before and after pics, she has progressed very well. Apple was very timid on the day of the rescue and she continues to have a timid, shy-like personality. She gets along wonderfully with other dogs; both puppies and adults, and she absolutely loves to play with her toys! Apple shys away when she feels like she is the center of attention. I have a variety of animals living at my home, temporarily & permanently, so she always has someone to hide behind once she realizes "all eyes" are on her.

I truly feel that she would thrive in a home that is able to offer more one-on-one time and direct focus towards her and just for her. However, she would also greatly benefit by having a home with a playmate. Apple is spayed and current on all vaccinations. She can be adopted through SOAPS foster program for a $65 adoption fee. If you would like more information about this sweet little girl, please call Pennie at 478-494-8201.

 




 






 






 





 

 
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