52674 – Thea
Why choose me?
Update 11/5: Today, Grandson Grady and I visited with Thea. We gave her a much needed bath (which she seemed to really enjoy) and spent time with her in one of the large interactive pens. Thea is much improved from the shy, frightened dog that entered the shelter over a week ago. Her wounds are healing, she seems happier, and actually has a little bounce in her step. She exercised by walking, jumping on and off the picnic table, and by going back and forth over the bridge in the pen. She sat for treats and seemed genuinely glad to see us, especially Grady. Thea seems like a really sweet dog that has had a rough life. Sadly, being at the shelter may be the best life she’s known.
Thea has been through more than any dog should bear. Her face is covered in scrapes and looks like she’s been attacked. She’s also underweight, and you can easily count her ribs. I don’t know her history, but I do know she’s as sweet as she can be. She never left my side and appreciated every pet and treat that I gave her. She even braved hopping up on the picnic table to sit beside me to be close. I broke her treats into tiny pieces trying not to give her too many, since she’s probably on a special diet. She’d immediately sit for them wanting to please and show she’s a good girl. Thea is a good girl and she deserves to be loved and given a better life than she’s known.