Phoebe was taken into the family, but soon she was with us again. The child turned out to be allergic to dog hair, which was confirmed by appropriate tests. The family really wanted to keep the dog for themselves, but the risk to the health of the child did not allow them to do so.
Phoebe was in the new house for a very short time, so she quickly got used to the rules and regulations prevailing in the shelter.
Phoebe became our ward when we saved her from capture. Before that, caring people brought her for sterilization, hoping that the tag in her ear would help her avoid capture, but everything turned out to be completely different.
After the sterilization, we did not send Phoebe back to the street, but left her in a shelter, hoping that she would be able to find a family for her. At the Shelter Phoebe could count on care, a warm place to sleep, and regular meals.
Our dogs go for walks every day for several hours. At this time they can run enough, which is not available to all pets.
While Phoebe is having a hard time, she was just beginning to enjoy having her own home when they brought her back. You cannot explain to a dog what an allergy is and that it is not to blame for anything. Phoebe feels betrayed, we can’t tell her that she’ll still have a chance at her house.
The family who adopted Phoebe brought her to us during a walk. The girl began to have fun playing with other dogs, not suspecting anything. The fact that she again does not have a home, she guessed only after she got to the hospital. The dog’s mood instantly changed, because she realized that again no one needed her.