Once stranded in the barren Nevada desert 150 miles from Reno, these dogs now enjoy massage therapy, warm beds and even chicken soup as they await adoptive homes
EARS volunteer Deb Anderson and Wilma get to know each other at Camp Reno.
Maggie is one of 32 dogs relocated from a remote ranch in
“These dogs have lacked consistent human interaction for years, so we are trying to introduce them to very simple pleasures – dog treats, warm beds and a loving, human touch,” said Shannon Asquith, UAN’s director of field services. “After spending four weeks with us at
The owner of the Gabbs dogs died in May 2007. Working with the deceased owner’s niece, Best Friends Animal Society and volunteers from several
Maggie was happy to receive so much love and attention from the EARS volunteers at Camp Reno.
EARS volunteers have come from as far as Southern California and
“These dogs have come so far so quickly,” Asquith said. “Dogs who ran away from us at the ranch are now rol
Shelters and rescue groups with established adoption and foster care programs are needed to take the newly socialized dogs when
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