May, 2016 - Rest In Peace dear Miss Meesha!
are so very loved, forever!!
Really!! I'm going home again??
Oooops Mom! I shrunk the Kid!!
Wow! What a trip!! I shrunk the kid, they shaved my belly, gave
I'm so GLAD to be going home yet again!!
Lovely 7 year-old Senior
girl Meesha first came to rescue in November of 2012. She had
been living outdoors in cold weather because her owner had fallen
on hard times and was also without heat in the home. When Forever
Dobes first took Meesha in she was suffering from Lyme disease
that needed to be treated. In December of that year she charmed
a couple who saw her photos on the rescue's website and they adopted
her. After a few months they claimed she was not housebroken so
FDR recommended positive training including removing the doggy
door and making sure Meesha got more excercise. The complaints
about Meesha continued so the rescue recommended Meesha be returned
to their care. Her rescue foster mom found none of the issues
that had been described but they did take her to their vet to
be sure there were no health issues. Shortly after being pronounced
healthy, Meesha bloated and had to have emergency surgery to save
her life. Although Meesha's year has been filled with problems
due to no fault of her own, everyone at the rescue loves her and
finds her to be sweet, good with other dogs, and housebroken.
She will soon be ready for her real forever home with people who
love and understand Dobermans.
Special Needs If Any: None
Geographic areas you adopt
to: Ohio and regional