Please note: The dogs in ODH's Final Refuge care are not adoptable due to medical reasons and all are in permanent homes. Your sponsorship supports the veterinary expenses for these dogs - and we thank you!
Daphne arrived at a municipal shelter having been found in the woods with a harness tangled around her neck. She looked in bad shape and the shelter contacted ODH so they wouldn’t have to put her down.
ODH fosters took her in and got her into the vet right away. Her jaws were very tender because her teeth were very infected, and she was suffering from a bladder infection. She was treated for the bladder infection and, as soon as she’d recovered from that, she received the dental care she so desperately needed and the vet removed her fluid-filled uterus. She came away with two lone teeth.
She immediately showed signs of feeling much improved.
Note from fosters: “From the start, Daphne was a loving, sweet-natured girl, but since recovering from all of her ailments, she now has the energy to show her spunky, feisty side. She spends her days following us around and her nights asleep beside our heads on a pillow. Her first two weeks with us, we didn’t think she had a voice, but now she barks with excitement every breakfast and dinner until her bowl is put before her. She isn’t afraid to stand her ground with the other dogs, and she’s simply the cutest little fuzzy britches. She always has the funniest bewildered look on her face and we call her our little fruit bat. She is much adored. We’re so glad we took her in.”
Daphne Pom is sponsored by:
- ODH Staff in memory of Leslie Jensen, ODH Final Refuge mom and dedicated transport volunteer
- Roxanne Shears of Beech Grove, IN (02/28/2021)