March 30th, 2011
Submitted by EARS volunteer Marcia Goodman of Cromwell, Connecticut
|Juliet the day after the rescue.|
Marcia: Let’s start with Juliet. How was she at the beginning of the rescue?
|Juliet starting to come out of her shell.|
Janell: Multiple volunteers have gone into her cage and sat with her, and given her treats. Now, she’ll actually come up to you and give you kisses on your hand. She’ll even take food out of your hand, and she’ll let us touch her now.
|Janell with an attentive
Juliet and Deliah.
Janell: No, they’re not related, and they were on different sections of the property. But we had put them in crates next to each other, and their personalities seemed to go well together. In order to get them more socialized – since dogs do better when have another buddy with them – we’ve now put them in the same cage, and it seems like they’re getting comfortable with each other. One other thing that Juliet and Delilah have in common is that they’re both getting spoiled rotten by the volunteers!