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SCARLETT - Emaciated French Bulldog

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Approx 3 Years

Female

Small

Part of adoption

Yes

Older children

Unknown

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URGENT APPEAL FOR SCARLETT. THIS LITTLE FRENCHIE ARRIVED AS AN EMACIATED STRAY IN APPALLING CONDITION
This tiny French Bulldog was found as an emaciated stray. Her nails were overgrown and she is skin and bone. To add to her neglect she has ear mites, some sores all over her body and ears that have missing skin around the edges. Despite this Scarlett is adorable and one very loving tiny dog. She has scars on her swollen tummy through years of breeding. She has now been seen by the vets and has been wormed. She has ear treatments, skin medication and we have all crossed we can find her some love in her life. We can fix her ailments and find her TLC and the love she now has must be forever. She is extremely sweet natured, loves a kiss and a cuddle and adores company. She is a sorrowful and broken little dog. More and more dogs are arriving in kennels all over the country in the worse condition. Please consider these dogs.

WHAT SORT OF HOME DOES SCARLETT NEED?

Scarlett needs emergency foster care or preferred in a forever home. She is adorable and will need extra meals every day. She needs ear drops and all medication will be supported by the charity until she is back to perfect condition. Scarlett above all else needs love and company in her life. She has been seriously neglected and bused and her life is one of breeding. She could possibly live with older children that are well behaved and another dog. We do know the founder of this lovely French did have other dogs. We are reaching out to the public for help and support with so many dogs in need. Stray kennels are full. Charities are full and rehoming is at an all time low. Please help if you can. Yorkshire homes are preferred however we will consider other ares if you are a rescue flag flyer and can provide vet references. Calls are welcome all weekend to discuss any of our rescue dogs.

At the moment we have many dogs in our care that have been ill treated, abused and seriously neglected. We are working flat out and long hours to manage all admin as well as ensuring all our dogs are well cared for and receiving immediate veterinary care. Their welfare every day is our priority. Our vet bills as always are through the roof. We are a very small charity with no staff and we pay no wages. Every penny raised goes toward helping dogs like Aubrey find the best life and a forever love with a human who has compassion and love for animals.

 
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