BLOGGING A TO Z CHALLENGE
Juliet is considered a ‘special needs’ needs pup after losing one of her eyes due to infection. Born in a Puppy Mill, Juliet, and her siblings did not receive proper medical attention – sadly, the health of mill dogs is not a priority.
The term ‘special needs’ does not mean ‘broken’ or ‘less desirable.’
There is an incredible bond created when working with these dogs. It takes effort and patience to rehabilitate and socialize them and to gain their trust. These dogs enter our lives as fearful, neglected and often abused.
Speaking as a pet parent to a Special needs, mill dog, I can say with all my heart:
Contributing to the transformation of a Puppy Mill Survivor, and watching their transformation is the most rewarding experience
Today Juliet is well cared for and loved very much; adored by everyone that meets her. Unlike that of her namesake, this Juliet’s story has a happy ending.
This post is dedicated to all mill dogs and their saviors.