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Teddy the Blind Dog

Posted on 29 January, 2011 at 9:56
Go to the pages of Rescued or Helped to see a picture of Teddy
 
Tim    This was a nine year old blind dog that was brought into the Onslow Shelter 12/2/10.  Over two weeks passed and the dog was marked for death the following day.  Gail Wipple from CAPS, Joe and Helen Flood from CASEYS Rescue and Shannon the owner of our local PETSMART sprang into action. Shannon was the foster mom and Lance; the blind dog became the mascot at the store.  Caps found a wonderful new home for Lance, now called Teddy.  He has a wonderful family who loves him dearly. I just want our town to help support this local business who tries so very hard to make a difference in our village.  Thank you
DottyAnn Harding
President & Founder
OCPAW Onslow County Partners for Animal Welfare, Inc

Located in Sneads Ferry
 (Face Book) Onslow County Partners for Animal Welfare

 
 THIS WAS LANCE
 LANCE IS NOW TEDDY
Here are some pictures of our boy. We got home about an hour ago, and I don't
> think his tail has stopped wagging! Maybe we should call him Happy!! He's
> getting to know the house and hasn't bumped into anything so far.
>
> Shannon gave us some dry and canned dog food for him, and we bought him some
> of the same kind of peanut butter treats we used to buy for Missy. He's
> munched on a few bits of dry food, and right now he's taking a little rest. Shannon was so good to Lance and shed happy tears when we left. We assured
> her that we would bring him to visit soon. And we will bring him to see you
> as soon as we can.
>
> Thanks again for everything! Love to you and Little Bear!!

Categories: Rescues of the Village Sneads Ferry and Onslow County NC

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