This is Max. He was brought to vet in a Tupperware container unable to walk, covered in blood due to mange and extremely ill. Hearts’ n Homes could not say no to saving this boy. The owner surrendered him to HnH and Sharpsburg Animal Hospital and Dr. Christie began helping Max heal and get to feeling better. Max in only a puppy and has known nothing but neglect until now. Now Max is in a foster home where he is learning how to be a dog. Max is starting to grow his hair back and is looking very handsome. He is learning his basic commands and loves playing with his dog friends. Max is now ready to find his own family and receive the love and care he so deserves.
This is Ducky. He was found by Coweta County Animal Services in February, 2019. He was in a ditch with open wounds on his back legs, which were also injured from Achilles tendons that were cut in both hind legs. Ducky spent weeks at the vet healing from initial surgeries to close the open gashes on his feet. Since April, 2019, Ducky has endured several more surgeries to repair his Achilles' in both hind legs. Ducky has had bones fused and plates and screws implanted in his legs so that he may now stand and walk upright on all four legs. Ducky has been our foster since September, 2019. Ducky loves humans of all ages, especially ones with snacks! Ducky loves curling up on the couch, a blanket, or his dog bed; belly rubs and chew toys are some of his favorites. Ducky absolutely loves going for rides in the car! He rides great, even if around the block. Ducky is housebroken and has not had one accident in the house since he has been our foster. Ducky is semi crate trained; he stays in the crate when we leave the house for briefs periods (as he prefers to be with humans and not alone), but during the day while we are at school/work, Ducky hangs out in the house keeping his dog bed warm. We are working on short walks around the neighborhood while Ducky completely heals from his latest leg surgery In addition, we are slowly working on socialization with other dogs Ducky is a terrier mix and is about 50 lbs. He knows "sit" and is working on "stay" and other commands.
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