best wishes Bink from me n Tom over in the UK, sounds like you cut ruff deal but looks like you're in good hands now. Keep us posted how you get on you hear !!!
Yes, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING FOR HIM! I was hoping people here on the Golden Forum would be as OUTRAGED as all of us at CFGRR are! He suffered needlessly far too many days.I am speechless. They knew Bink had been hit by a car and did NOTHING for him?!
I will definitely keep you posted on Binks progress. His eating today for the first time since CFGRR pulled him out of the shelter on Thursday is a huge milestone for him. We all hope with each day he will become healthier and stronger so he can recover enough to have his hip surgery.best wishes Bink from me n Tom over in the UK, sounds like you cut ruff deal but looks like you're in good hands now. Keep us posted how you get on you hear !!!
No, this is a different dog-that was Oliver and CFGRR has him in rescue too. He came in the week before Bink arrived.Oh no! He was the boy who was half on and half off the elevated dog bed, wasn't he? Or is that a different boy? Oh wait! This is the guy that the shelter wouldn't even let the volunteer look at until his hold period was up, right? We all need to write to the NC Department of Agriculture and voice our outrage! If they are going to be required to hold them for a period of time, they should be required to provide at least pain meds!
There is nothing worse or sadder than down right abuse and cruelty for any of God's creatures who give thier love to humans so selfishly.I'm so sorry. I'm so glad your rescue has him. There was another dog named Sara, not a Golden, but she was injured too. She sat in a shelter and waited. She was finally pulled and her leg had to be amputated. When I heard she was killed getting hit by a car, my heart broke. She was loved after she was pulled and taken care of. I just wish she had more happy years. I hope Bink, I can't read the story, recovers and feels nothing but love in the future.