Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Nala, p.s.

We forgot to include one of the worst things that happened to Nala.   When she was surrendered to GRRR she had a large swollen "thing" on her face.   It turned out it was an infected tooth that had come through the lip.   When she came to rescue, she was in pain from all of her problems, but she was wagging and happy to meet new people and to go forward with her new life.

More and more we see surrenders that have medical problems that are allowed to go too long without treatment because of the poor economy and the financial weakness of owners.   We can only encourage people to surrender their dogs sooner rather than later, it saves them a lot of pain and saves the owner a lot of worry.

Mogley G. Retriever


  1. Ouch and oh my! I'm glad that she is feeling better now!!

  2. How sad. At least now she knows all people aren't crummy.

  3. Amen to that Mogley, if you really love your pet but no longer are able or can afford to keep them. Give them to Rescue, if they have a medical problem it will not get better without treatment and Rescues will see that the proper treatment and care is made.

    Hamish & Sophie

  4. Ouch! How sad is that - and it probably would have been a simple procedure if they had it looked at earlier!


  5. Thank goodness there are rescue homes like yours, Mogley, to help doggies like Nala...

    Nadine, Apples & Neeli

  6. Oh no, I hope the rescue home will manage to help the cute animals, wish to have enough of money to protect them agains the cruelty