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01-04-2014 07:51 PM
loulabelle23 But shes going to gain your trust then your give her away then itll just begin all over again

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01-04-2014 12:45 PM
GSDlover143
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I don't really know if she really jumped out of the car window or if she was pushed out of it, but here she is. I don't know what to think. My mother was the one that saw everything, I wasn't there. The dog fell on the ground. Almost was hit by the cars passing there.

My mom turned around to get her, the car sped up and was no where to be found, a couple of guys helped her to get the dog in the car since the dog was going straight to a freeway. She saw the car, went to look for it and no luck. She went to a police station that was near the place where she fell, left her number there. She waited like 10 minutes before bringing her home.


This is her, what do you think about her condition?




She's a female. How old do you think she is? I know she's not old.

When I received the called I thought that she had jumped out of the car's window but when I saw her in person, I thought that maybe she was abandoned...I don't know what to think. The car didn't stop, didn't come back.

Would you guys offer me some tips here? This is my first time dealing with a dog in that condition, she's really tense, insecure and nervous. I don't know if she was abused. I have not introduced her to my dogs and don't plan to do it yet. She growled at my female 12 year old pekingese, I can imagine why though.

Regarding food, I'm giving her every 3-4 hours small quantity of food...Rice and chicken...

No pee or poop yet...She got home around 11:30 a.m
Shame on those jerks. Thank you for helping!! What a pretty Dalmation <3

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01-04-2014 11:44 AM
Sunflowers She has a heart between her eyes!

I would name her Corazon... Cora!
01-04-2014 11:37 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by Helios View Post
Don't worry!! You read my mind, that's what I'll do! I won't rehome her yet...Like you said, I want to her to be a in better condition and I want to have an idea of her personality...I don't want her ending up in a wrong place. I want to help her gain her trust too with people...I've 3 weeks left though, I'm leaving on January 27 to pick up a gsd puppie! I hope everything turns ok during these weeks
Awesome! You are amazing and thank you so much for helping this girl!

Please continue to update us on her progress!!!!!!!
01-04-2014 11:27 AM
Helios
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Originally Posted by LaRen616 View Post
Yes, I do have a Dal.

I know this is kind of asking a lot but is there anyway you can hold onto her for a week or 2 weeks? Can you try to get her to a better weight and in better condition before you find her a home? That way you can make sure she is on the road to recovery and you can get a better feel for what her personality is like so you can help find her the right home?
Don't worry!! You read my mind, that's what I'll do! I won't rehome her yet...Like you said, I want to her to be a in better condition and I want to have an idea of her personality...I don't want her ending up in a wrong place. I want to help her gain her trust too with people...I've 3 weeks left though, I'm leaving on January 27 to pick up a gsd puppie! I hope everything turns ok during these weeks
01-04-2014 11:19 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by Helios View Post
I see you have a dalmatian in your hands!!

Yes!! I want to bath her but I don't know if it'd be wise for me to do it today...

This pic was taken yesterday night



This one I just took it



She mostly sleeps, she wakes up when I give her food and when I spend some time with her and then back to sleep..
Yes, I do have a Dal.

I know this is kind of asking a lot but is there anyway you can hold onto her for a week or 2 weeks? Can you try to get her to a better weight and in better condition before you find her a home? That way you can make sure she is on the road to recovery and you can get a better feel for what her personality is like so you can help find her the right home?
01-04-2014 11:11 AM
Helios
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Originally Posted by Angelina03 View Post
TLC - tender loving care.
Poor baby. That is so sad. Thank you for taking care of her. I hope you find her a good home where she can be happy and loved...

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Ah! Thank you!!! Yes, I hope too! I will make a contract and I'll try first to rehome to someone close to us or that's known at least. If that fails, I'll then look outside...

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Poor girl!

Thank you for taking her in!

Pretty girl, I bet after some food, love and a bath she will be a beautiful girl.

Dalmatians.
I see you have a dalmatian in your hands!!

Yes!! I want to bath her but I don't know if it'd be wise for me to do it today...

This pic was taken yesterday night



This one I just took it



She mostly sleeps, she wakes up when I give her food and when I spend some time with her and then back to sleep..
01-04-2014 08:33 AM
LaRen616 Poor girl!

Thank you for taking her in!

Pretty girl, I bet after some food, love and a bath she will be a beautiful girl.

Dalmatians.
01-04-2014 08:29 AM
Angelina03 TLC - tender loving care.
Poor baby. That is so sad. Thank you for taking care of her. I hope you find her a good home where she can be happy and loved...


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01-04-2014 07:45 AM
Helios
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Originally Posted by llombardo View Post
Sadly people dump dogs everyday . Looks like this one needs some TLC. I had a Dalmatian many years ago. I found her in a garbage can looking for food, she was about 4 months old. Thank you for taking care of her.
Yes...It is sad. What does TLC mean?
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