Rescue Dog Adoption Recovery Guide To Help
Owners And Pets Build Relationships
Have you considered pet adoption? Do you want to learn more about the
rescue dog recovery process? Do you want to be inspired by a tale of hope? If
you have answered 'yes', this is the guide you need to read!
Rescuer Jamie explains that Beaux was born with a
facial deformity, which meant the breeder wanted to
give him away for free.
By chance, a friend of Jamie's was landscaping a
yard and happened to take a photo with Beaux in
Jamie noticed Beaux and thought he looked
adorable, so she asked her friend about the dog
and found out that Beaux's owners were trying
to get him into a rescue center or foster home
because they didn't want him anymore and were
Beaux had been neglected for five
years in the backyard, so Jamie
instantly said she would adopt him.
The vets thought Beaux would not live because he had heartworms
and they thought he was too underweight for the treatment.
In the end, they gave Beaux a
50/50 survival rate as Jamie
started planning his long road to
During the recovery period, Jamie was able
to bond with Beaux by visiting him regularly,
including emergency visits in the middle of
A month later, Beaux was ready to go home, but that was when
Jamie realized this was just the beginning as Beaux did not know
how to live inside a home.
A spokesperson for My Best Bark
said: "We aim to provide you with
useful, insightful support and
"The heart-warming story of Beaux and
Jamie is no different and will hopefully
inspire you to take a chance on a dog
that may otherwise be put to sleep,"
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