It’s Sunday so that means a new winner of our weekly Who-Saved-Who Giveaway! Make sure you send in your adoption story or TAG a friend who is a Rescue Hero for their chance to win some free @longdogclothing gear! ❤️🙏🏽 This weeks winner is Devon and her fur baby @hatzi_schatzi! Read an excerpt below but check out the whole story on our blog at longdogclothing.com/blog!
Sometimes you just need someone to listen to you and be positive and reassure you that you're loved. Here is Devon's story:
Last year was a horrible year. My grandmother had gotten sick and moved in with my parents, and my husband and I also moved in with my parents so I could help care for my Grandma full time. All in all there were 6 adults living under one roof. They were also doing construction. The crowdedness wasn't making things better for anyone and my anxiety was through the roof, so we found an apartment and moved out.
2 days later I got a phone call. My Grandma was sick and I needed to come say goodbye. She hung on for a week. My grief was unreal. I was angry. I was sad. I had panic attacks at the drop of a hat.
My Doctor suggested I get a dog. She said when I was ready she would write me a letter declaring him my emotional support animal. 2 months later I was looking at shelters online and saw "Pipsqueak"--now our Schatzi--and fell in love. That weekend we drove 3 hours to meet him.
We don't know much about Schatzi's history other than we think he was abused. He was brought in as a "stray" but we know he was owned by someone at some point. Despite not having a chip and not being fixed and very shy he walked like a charm on a leash and also knew the wait command. He was very shy when we first met. In fact he wouldn't interact with us. He was very skinny and was terrified of men. He also hops on one of his rear legs more than he walks on it, and our best guess is he must have broken it and never got medical care for it and it healed improperly--(that same paw is also missing a nail completely)... #longdogclothing#longdogstyle#clothesthatfit#whosavedwho#giveaway#rescue#adoptdontshop#savethemall
Jolly quando chega, chega chegando. Kkk @thaisparizzi amo sua filha.
Ter um #teckel#basset significa ter um amor para a vida toda.
Super indicado para crianças, idosos e adolescentes, apenas nao recomendado para casa com escadas, aí temos que ter cuidados.
Venha me conhecer, traga seu basset aqui também.
Se você tem um basset, marque @patriciaveterinaria ou #veterinariadrpatricia para eu te conhecer, ou rever seu bebê.