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  posted on 5/9/2010 at 01:38 PM
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[Edited on 5/9/2010 by ruthelane]

 

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[Edited on 5/9/2010 by ruthelane]

 

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A four-year-old Rottie-cross who fought off a pack of wild Hobbema dogs to protect her 12 pups is being hailed a hero this Mother’s Day.

Juno was discovered in a field suffering bloody wounds but still nursing her 12 puppies.

The Humane Animal Rescue Team (HART) members that found her in November believe she had been struggling to survive, defending her litter for several days.

“We didn’t know if she was going to make it. She was in such terrible shape,” said Lyndsay Tischer, co-founder and director of HART.

“She had cuts all over. She was quite infected, quite swollen and we didn’t know with the extent of injuries if she was going to make it.”

Sent to the Edmonton Humane Society for immediate care, Juno had chunks of hair ripped out and deep bloody injuries from the attacking dogs.

“I was just in shock. I’ve never in my entire years of working with animals ever seen anything so heartbreaking. It was really hard. She just wanted love and attention,” said Sherilyn Robertson, an animal behaviourist at the society.

For over a month, the new mom was herself nursed back to health.

It took powerful antibiotics, blood transfusions and a lot of therapy to bring her back to the dog she once was.

“It was touch and go many times …since most of her wounds were infected,” said Shawna Randolph, spokeswoman for the Edmonton Humane Society.

While Juno recovered, her pups were cleaned up and eventually all found loving homes. It was on the last day of 2009 that Juno found the same fate with a loving family.

“She’s a part of the family now and she will stay that way as long as possible,” said David and Stephanie Streat, Juno’s new owners.

The couple renamed her Juno — rescuers had dubbed her Noelle — fittingly after the goddess of protection.

Juno’s ordeal marks another success story for the Humane Society — but for many of the staff who were reunited for a visit with her Friday, it was a teary occasion.

“She looks like any other dog, which she didn’t before. To me it’s just absolutely fantastic to see the recovery she’s made,” said Tischer.

 

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[Edited on 5/9/2010 by ruthelane]

 

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This is just so sweet!!!

 

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A four-year-old Rottie-cross who fought off a pack of wild Hobbema dogs to protect her 12 pups is being hailed a hero this Mother’s Day.

Juno was discovered in a field suffering bloody wounds but still nursing her 12 puppies.

The Humane Animal Rescue Team (HART) members that found her in November believe she had been struggling to survive, defending her litter for several days.

“We didn’t know if she was going to make it. She was in such terrible shape,” said Lyndsay Tischer, co-founder and director of HART.

“She had cuts all over. She was quite infected, quite swollen and we didn’t know with the extent of injuries if she was going to make it.”

Sent to the Edmonton Humane Society for immediate care, Juno had chunks of hair ripped out and deep bloody injuries from the attacking dogs.

“I was just in shock. I’ve never in my entire years of working with animals ever seen anything so heartbreaking. It was really hard. She just wanted love and attention,” said Sherilyn Robertson, an animal behaviourist at the society.

For over a month, the new mom was herself nursed back to health.

It took powerful antibiotics, blood transfusions and a lot of therapy to bring her back to the dog she once was.

“It was touch and go many times …since most of her wounds were infected,” said Shawna Randolph, spokeswoman for the Edmonton Humane Society.

While Juno recovered, her pups were cleaned up and eventually all found loving homes. It was on the last day of 2009 that Juno found the same fate with a loving family.

“She’s a part of the family now and she will stay that way as long as possible,” said David and Stephanie Streat, Juno’s new owners.

The couple renamed her Juno — rescuers had dubbed her Noelle — fittingly after the goddess of protection.

Juno’s ordeal marks another success story for the Humane Society — but for many of the staff who were reunited for a visit with her Friday, it was a teary occasion.

“She looks like any other dog, which she didn’t before. To me it’s just absolutely fantastic to see the recovery she’s made,” said Tischer.



Thanks so much for the wonderful story of Juno. I'm happy to hear all survived and found homes.

[Edited on 5/11/2010 by ruthelane]

 

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A four-year-old Rottie-cross who fought off a pack of wild Hobbema dogs to protect her 12 pups is being hailed a hero this Mother’s Day.

Juno was discovered in a field suffering bloody wounds but still nursing her 12 puppies.

The Humane Animal Rescue Team (HART) members that found her in November believe she had been struggling to survive, defending her litter for several days.

“We didn’t know if she was going to make it. She was in such terrible shape,” said Lyndsay Tischer, co-founder and director of HART.

“She had cuts all over. She was quite infected, quite swollen and we didn’t know with the extent of injuries if she was going to make it.”

Sent to the Edmonton Humane Society for immediate care, Juno had chunks of hair ripped out and deep bloody injuries from the attacking dogs.

“I was just in shock. I’ve never in my entire years of working with animals ever seen anything so heartbreaking. It was really hard. She just wanted love and attention,” said Sherilyn Robertson, an animal behaviourist at the society.

For over a month, the new mom was herself nursed back to health.

It took powerful antibiotics, blood transfusions and a lot of therapy to bring her back to the dog she once was.

“It was touch and go many times …since most of her wounds were infected,” said Shawna Randolph, spokeswoman for the Edmonton Humane Society.

While Juno recovered, her pups were cleaned up and eventually all found loving homes. It was on the last day of 2009 that Juno found the same fate with a loving family.

“She’s a part of the family now and she will stay that way as long as possible,” said David and Stephanie Streat, Juno’s new owners.

The couple renamed her Juno — rescuers had dubbed her Noelle — fittingly after the goddess of protection.

Juno’s ordeal marks another success story for the Humane Society — but for many of the staff who were reunited for a visit with her Friday, it was a teary occasion.

“She looks like any other dog, which she didn’t before. To me it’s just absolutely fantastic to see the recovery she’s made,” said Tischer.



Thanks so much for the wonderful story of Juno. I'm happy to hear all survived and found homes.


Your welcome , that story was a great way to start my day .

 

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  posted on 5/9/2010 at 02:11 PM
Ruthie, this is so beautiful! Thanks for all the pictures. I'll have to add a few!!







 

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JUNO

 

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This is just so sweet!!!


Thats awesome , some great pics here today .

 

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Dog adopts baby ducks!!!

 

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  posted on 5/9/2010 at 02:30 PM
Sue, I love your photos. You are a great photographer. I'm just a finder and copier!

 

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I have a special place in my heart for meerkats thanks to Meerkat Manor. Remember Flower?



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Sue, I love your photos. You are a great photographer. I'm just a finder and copier!

I found a few to add... I love the dog and ducks!



 

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HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ....




A Newborn's Conversation with God


A baby asked God, "They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow,
but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?"

God said, "Your angel will be waiting for you and will take care of you."

The child further inquired, "But tell me, here in heaven I don ' t have
to do anything but sing and smile to be happy."

God said, "Your angel will sing for you and will also smile for you.
And you will feel your angel ' s love and be very happy."

Again the small child asked, "And how am I going to be able to understand
when people talk to me if I don ' t know the language?"

God said, "Your angel will tell you the most beautiful and sweet words
you will ever hear, and with much patience and care, your angel will
teach you how to speak.."

"And what am I going to do when I want to talk to you?"

God said, "Your angel will place your hands together and will teach
you how to pray."

"Who will protect me?"

God said, "Your angel will defend you even if it means risking its life."

"But I will be sad because I will not see you anymore."

God said, "Your angel will always talk to you about Me and will teach
you the way to come back to Me, even though I will always be next to you."

At that moment there was much peace in Heaven, but voices from Earth
could be heard and the child hurriedly asked, "God, if I am to leave
now, please tell me my angel's name."

God said, You will simply call her, "Mom."





 

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Fantastic stuff -- immense -- there are some very cool people here -- Ruthie where I work is for the time being doubling as a shelter (former press room) -- & it's interesting that the cats are not at all neurotic or seem restless, they seem grateful to be there! It's a good move that is beneficial to everybody
great thread

 

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[Edited on 5/11/2010 by windsinger]

Guys,...I removed this posting.
It was ill-placed.

Sorry for it's intrusion on a lovely gathering of heart-warming pix (which my dial-up, has Finally loaded)
my apolgies, for the earlier one.
Wind

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Fantastic stuff -- immense -- there are some very cool people here -- Ruthie where I work is for the time being doubling as a shelter (former press room) -- & it's interesting that the cats are not at all neurotic or seem restless, they seem grateful to be there! It's a good move that is beneficial to everybody
great thread


That is great, Stephen! So happy for those cats. And the people who rescued them. God bless.

I've always had cats. To me it's not a home without a cat. I love dogs too and we had some wonderful dogs.

But, ferrets steal my heart. They are joyous little creatures who wake up dancing everyday.
And full of mischief too. On the eighth day, God made ferrets for his own enjoyment!

 
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