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Judy

a picture of Judy a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Broken Arrow , OK

Posted on: 1/5/2024

Posted by: Individual

Judy urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

My husband and I are currently caring for our 4th abandoned animal, a pittie mix, Judy, who is about a year old. We just had a plott hound/pittie mix, RJ, for about 6 weeks who was the perfect dog and was adopted quickly through Puppy Haven Rescue in Tulsa. In the past, we’ve had another pittie mix and a cat as fosters too. I work in an area of Tulsa that has a large homeless population and unfortunately we’re seeing more and more dogs either wandering through as strays or getting dumped, which was the case with Judy. After a few days in a stray isolation hold at Woodland West Animal Hospital, I brought her home a little over four weeks ago and made the introduction to our 4-pound poodle and 12-pound Chorkie, just like I did with the previous fosters. Sadly, Judy did not take kindly to our poodle barking at her and nearly took her face off. Ever since then, we’ve had to leave Judy outside in the cold or inside in a crate.. She’s lost some weight and cries a lot, especially when she can see or hear us, but we just cannot chance giving her access to our little dogs. She completed a temperament test at Woodland West Pet Resort a couple weeks ago , just to make sure she will be ok with regular sized dogs. The worst mark she received was for being nervous. She is super sweet and loving with us, basically a big baby, does very well on a leash and minds. I’ve spent the last four weeks trying to find a rescue in the Tulsa area who can take her, and I’ve had zero luck. I’ve even contacted rescues in Louisiana, Alabama, Houston & Omaha.
We are really becoming desperate to find her a good home, where she has consistent love from her people and doesn’t have to live outside, or inside in a crate. I know this is a long shot and I realize you can’t help every dog you’re asked about, but we are literally reaching out to every place we hear about. We can transport her to anywhere.
Thank you for any consideration and your time.

How long is fostering needed for?

Until a forever home for pet is found

Other notes

She is now fully vaccinated and will be spayed on 2-3-24. She does well on a leash, sits on command for treats, and sleeps in her crate all night. Does not do well with little dogs. A temperament test said she was nervous around bigger dogs. She loves belly scratches and is very curious. And she loves to eat!

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