Album by Ken & Darla Jones. Photos by KnD Kennels. 1 - 24 of 28 Total. 59 Visits.
|Please meet our Oscar Meyer. We are so lucky that this baby boy found us. Our lives are richer for it.
Late in Dec 2008 our dogs were barking towards the pasture. When I looked I saw this small redish brown movement out by our tractor. I made my way out there and spotted the skinniest little boney dog. He gave me a little growl but I could see scared and sweetness in there. Slowly I offered him some chicken and being so starved he did not turn it down. Then I gently (with kind soft words on my side) I picked him up. Still unsure but more trusting he let me take him in the house.|
He was a bag of bones. You could see every rib and vertebrae. We took a few weeks to get our little sausage on his feet a little bit then off to the vet for neutering and a few unneeded retained puppy teeth removed along with a full vet check.
NOW look at the "HOT DOG" he is fat, happy and too funny. We love this boy and we are the lucky ones to have him in our lives.
How he knew we needed one more dog I'll never know..lol
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What a sweet little boy..How can people be so cruel to their animals? I would be worried sick if my little boy was lost or missing..
- Mark Whited, Tue, 31 May 2011 3:25PM
NOW and THEN
This picture and the next were taken the day we met our pal OM.
This picture shows you just how poor he was. It was taken 1 week later and he is still bones.
This pic and the next 5 were taken Feb 09. He is playing with one of our young Rat Terriers girls.
This pic and the next were taken 03-13-09
He's winking at you and saying... "err G'day Mate"...
He looks happy now.. don't he? ;-)
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