While all the other dogs were running around playing with each other, this particular dog sat frozen in the corner, frightened and alone.
She was also not in the very best of form. Her fur was really unclean and matted with feces. She was malnourished and extremely scared. It was obvious that this poor Husky puppy had been neglected for quite some time.
They chose to take this canine in and call her Harriet. As soon as they got in the vehicle, she plopped in a volunteer’s lap and lastly felt safe for the first time.
They brought her to the vet who estimated that Harriet was around 8 months old.
Simply a puppy, Harriet has already experienced more unhappiness than any type of dog ever should. But thankfully she was finally in the right hands and was now on the road to recovery.
Fortunately, aside from the apparent conditions, Harriet was pretty healthy. The first thing they did was provide her a bathroom and shave off her unclean tangled hair.
From there, she went to live at their rescue center where she would certainly heal for the next two months.
As the weeks went on, Harriet’s fur began to grow back and she started to burst out of her shell. She was such a loving, friendly puppy and currently it was time for her to find her permanently home.
A Canadian lady called Rose Vallee saw Harriet’s photo online and knew immediately that she wanted to adopt her. A volunteer flew Harriet to San Francisco, where she would meet her new mother for the first time.
From there, Harriet began her new life in Canada. However with her new life came a brand-new name: Bailey. Besides a new mom, she likewise has 3 brand-new dog sisters who she gets along great with. Look just how happy Bailey looks in this picture with mom. Such a wonderful picture and happy ending. Be sure to watch the video clip below and also be sure to pass this story onto a buddy or relative says.
Bailey is caring her new life and taking place fun adventures with her new family. She has come such a long way from being frozen in the edge of that property, all thanks to the volunteers and vets who assisted her in the process!