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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Tommy's Progress

It's six weeks since I found the emaciated puppy in our village, and Karen from the Turkish Animal Group came out to rescue him.

He is making slow progress.  He was all skin and bone, and had the worse case of mange that Karen's vet had seen.  Because of this he has been isolated at the shelter to avoid infecting the other dogs.

As with all the dogs Karen rescues, she has fallen in love with him.  He's a cheeky little chap and because he's on his own at the moment, she plays with him as much as possible.  He loves to play ball.

You can seen from these pics how much he has improved in this short time with good treatment, food and a lot of TLC.


He will be available for adoption as soon as he is completely fit.

T.A.G. has over 60 dogs in the shelter now, waiting for homes.  Karen also goes out and about feeding dogs in towns and forests, and making sure that they have water in this scorching heat.

 Donations and sponsorship are desperately needed for this work to continue, and if you want to help, you will see the link on my sidebar.

Tommy is one lucky boy isn't he?

10 comments:

  1. And the person who takes him will be lucky too...dogs never stop giving.

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  2. He certainly is! Lovely to see how much healthier and happier he is looking. Karen is doing a wonderful job.

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    1. Yes she really is almostlegalalien xx

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  3. My wee man Tommy, he is going to make someone a fantastic pet, he is such a gentle boy, loves to play with his ball and bite my legs.
    I feel bad as he so wants to play with the others but not much longer and he will be out in the yard playing with them all, Tommy will be available for adoption soon on the adoptables page, Thank you Ayak for caring for the street dogs and contacting me about this special little man. Karen x

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    1. No thanks necessary for me Karen. You are the one who does all the work. All the dogs who come into your care don't realise quite how lucky they are. They have a future where so many thousands of others don't.

      Thankyou for your tireless efforts. Love you lots xxx

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  4. Awww, so nice to see him putting on weight and looking healthy! Well done Karen, your doing a great job!

    C x

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    1. Carol she's like a guardian angel...she works miracles with these dogs and it's wonderful to see x

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  5. He sure is looking more healthier....Karen truly is an Angel. We need more people like Karen. Thank you Ayak also for looking out for these poor un-fortunate animals.

    Karen...well done for the job that you are doing!!!!!

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    1. Thankyou Erica. She does a great job xx

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