Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Rescued Montana dogs settling in at Colorado shelter

Today we received some photos and an update from EARS volunteer Marsha Steckling, who visited five  of the Montana dogs transferred to the Longmont Humane Society in Longmont, Colorado.

Marsha reports that:

"The dogs were still pretty frightened and shy but showing some good signs. One of the dogs licked the hand of the behaviorist in charge of them and even expressed a tail wag! The behaviorist, Sarah, is incredibly patient and loving and has a great understanding of feral, shy dogs. They will work as long as it takes to rehab these dogs and will find them the right homes."

Check out the photos below!

1 comment:

  1. We adopted the dog in the first photo from the Longmont Humane Society. She has made tremendous growth in the 2 months that we have had her. She is coming out of her shell and seeking human interaction. She carries toys around the house and naps in the same bed as our other two herding dogs. She is also in obedience classes and showing new sparks of her personality each day!


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