Dog Rescuing Is Important

(Maybe Part 1)

First, let me apologize for not writing on here as often as I’d like. I have ideas but they just don’t seem to come to complete fruition without me putting in significant effort. Not that I don’t need to put in effort but lately I just haven’t had the energy to do that. Also my computer and Internet situation isn’t the best right now (that’ll be fixed in just one week!) so I have to write from my phone which I don’t like to do. 
But I decided I could at least talk about what I’ve been doing lately to keep myself from falling off the edge. I rescued a dog!  

I’ve named her “Sarabi” since she had a little lion like mane when I first found her. She’s been groomed now and looks much better. 

I found her while I was driving home from my psychiatrist’s appointment. She was on the side of the road out in the country where I currently live and was going up to the cars trying to get someone to take her home. I don’t know why I stopped, I just felt like I had to. So I stopped and thus began a big ordeal to get her to my mother in law’s house. (I couldn’t put her in my mom’s car that I was borrowing- long story.) 

And I’ve been going over when I can to try and train her up. She’s such a smart dog and she’s learning how to be well behaved and she needs a good home. I’m just relieved I could help her out. She was so skinny when I found her and already she’s put on weight. (We think someone dumped her out in the country when she wasn’t a cute little puppy anymore.) She’s healthy and getting happier by the day. It just helps remind me that sometimes you have to get through the hard parts in your life before your life can get better. 

So hang on. If you can get through this then your life will get better. 

One thought on “Dog Rescuing Is Important

  1. aw she’s so beautiful, congrats on the new addition to your family! I’ve been fostering two dogs (in addition to the two I already have) and it’s been a bit crazy, but dogs definitely make my life a billion times better…


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