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http://www.humanesocietyswm.org/adoption-dogs.php
This is the shelter site, can't copy and paste her pic or description She is dog of the week #1 in the rotation:
Daisy Mae is an owner surrender HW+ and getting treatment. She is was abused neglected, starved-nothing but skin and bones. Sweet but shy and needing a good forever home.
A headshot of Daisy Mae and the contact # is on the link above
Here is a body shot link(she is in the scrolling pics):
http://www.humanesocietyswm.org/special-need-animals.php
 

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Oh poor baby, I hope she finds a good home.
 

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Daisy Mae is a 2 year old female German Shepherd Dog. She was surrendered in a severely malnourished and abused condition - and that's just the physical side of it. She is nothing but skin and bones from her neglectful owners; but still retains a sweet disposition and is well worth saving. Daisy Mae is quite shy and startles easily. She will need a loving home where she can learn to trust again. And on top of it all, she is also heartworm positive. Please contact the shelter for ways in which you can help this poor girl recover from her abuse, both mentally and physically. Come in and meet her - perhaps you are just what she needs in an owner this time.


Humane Society of Southwestern Michigan, Benton Harbor, MI
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How'd you get that? I tried and it wouldn't copy for me!! Thank you for posting her info and pic:)
 

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poor sweetie!!!! i hope everything works out in her favor and she's happy and healthy again soon!!!
 

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Please know we are NOT a kill shelter. I'm on the Board of Directors and we will not put animals down unless they are truly aggressive or so ill that they can't be healed. She has to rest a month now that she's had the heartworm treatment - if there isn't a home for her then, I may try to foster her. People like this just make me SO VERY angry. What's not mentioned is that she had also just weened a litter of pups on top of everything else.
 

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Weaned puppies?? Oh heavens, where are the pups I fear? I am glad to hear this is not a kill shelter, seems like we have seen way to many of those!
 

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I used to work here and it's definitely anything but a kill shelter. She's being well taken care of.

I considered adopting her as soon as I saw her. Unfortunately we don't have the room right now. :(
 

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i'd be willing to take her so she can be in a family atmosphere and get some much needed weight on her if i had the room and the time. My goal is to be able to do more when we move to MD since i wont be working. good luck wishes for this beauty.
 

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does anyone know what has happened with this girl? she is also listed on another board. is she still in the shelter?
 

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does anyone know what has happened with this girl? she is also listed on another board. is she still in the shelter?
Yes, she's undergoing heartworm treatment and will be kept in a back run of the shelter until she's done with treatment. (30 days)
 
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