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The Howl Of A Dog organization rescued Harper from a public enclosure for animals. The temperature in the area was freezing cold and had left her feet in reddish blisters. The threat of being put down also loomed over her head, which meant that if the cold didn’t get to her first, a scheduled termination would have. Needless to say, her only option, if she was to stay alive at all, was to get out of there and find a new home.

Enter the team from the A Howl Of A Dog organization. Thanks to their being proactive, Harper didn’t have to wait too long to be transferred to a much warmer home. And since she was very affectionate and receptive to affection, her transition wasn’t too much of a struggle, for herself and for her new carers.

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When Harper arrived, she was cold, hungry, and much to thin even for a dog of her small size. Her inflamed feet were so red; it was a miracle she could jump at all to greet her new friends at A Howl Of A Dog. She also had some skin problems that needed to be dealt with, and quick.

She was first brought to the clinic and was given a medical bath. The food also couldn’t be postponed a minute longer, seeing as how malnourished she’d looked. Thankfully, they gave her something to eat while she was being attended to, and she wolfed it down before anyone could say “Slow down.”

After spending a number of weeks at the shelter, Harper’s condition improved considerably, and she also gained plenty of weight. Her friendly demeanor only got brighter, and she was eager to give a kiss to anyone who was close enough to reach. At the very least, she didn’t seem to have too traumatizing an experience that she needed to get through.

Or if she did, she’s conquering it like a boss.

Source: A Howl Of A Dog via YouTube

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