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Wyatt - back to life

  • Dog
  • Siberian Husky & Samoyed Mix
  • Siberian Husky & Samoyed Mix
  • Jefferson, GA
  • Adult
  • Male
  • Large
Jefferson, GA

About

House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

Meet Wyatt - back to life

To understand who is Wyatt and why is he so special, please first read his original story below.
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He was dying... Very lonely, without anybody next to his side, without any hope left. Scared and huddled in the corner of his cage, Wyatt was silently suffering a terrible pain that was tearing his body apart. Maybe if he had had any tears left, he would have cried, but he had already cried all his tears out. Maybe if he had had any small hope left, he would have found some strength in dreaming of something good, but his hope died a long time ago. What hope, to survive in a killer shelter, could a big size dog possibly have, who looked about one hundred years old with half his hair missing, a ruptured ear drum, and been diagnosed heartworm positive? Less than zero percent, would be the answer. Yes, a dog in such a shape is a sure goner. Cruel as it sounds, it was a sad reality. And it was especially sad, because Wyatt really deserves a second chance! He was only two years old – very young, all his conditions were curable, but mainly, despite all his suffering, he still had the calmest and sweetest disposition. Instead of anger and bitterness, his sweet big brown eyes were full of love an gentleness! He may not have experienced any true love in his life, but he still longs for some! But still, despite of all his great inner features, Wyatt was going to die. He was on the “death sentence” list– his time for euthanasia was already scheduled. No one was going to rescue him…
And when somebody tells you that there are not miracles in our life, please don’t listen to that. Sometimes miracles happen. The next time Wyatt was approached by people it wasn’t the personnel and it wasn’t for euthanasia. The people who came to his cage were a young girl and her dad. Somehow this girl found out about Wyatt’s story. She was so moved by it, that she was not able to simply throw Wyatt out of her mind. She could not adopt him herself, because she already had her own dogs. But she could rescue him from the killer shelter and try to find a new home for this sweet boy! She literally came at the very last moment. At first Wyatt was afraid to move or do anything – so much because he was afraid that it was just a dream, and if he moves even a little bit, he will wake up to the cruel reality. But, once out of the killer shelter, when he realized that it was real, he felt relief and first the first time love!
Now Wyatt is living in our group. His conditions are curing, and he is happy to be loved and taken care for. Of course, Wyatt still has a long way to a complete recovery. We will update you with his progress and with new pictures.
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All this happened back in October 2013. And now almost a half year later Wyatt is ready for adoption. If you had met him in 2013 and see him now - you will not be able to recognize him at all. He had a long road to recovery and he is still continuing on.
A lot has happened in his life. In January 2014 Wyatt went to a foster home where he has been living since.
He has a foster brother - a dog, well not just any dog, but Shiner - the Mayor of the Chattapoochee Dog park. Here is Shiner's Facebook page, and if you check it you can see a lot of Wyatt's info as well.
https://www.facebook.com/MayorShiner
Also a DNA test was conducted to find out what breed Wyatt is. The results revealed that Wyatt is a German Shepherd, Chow Chow, Samoed, Sibirian Husky Mix. This why he has such a unique and unusual look.
But overall Wyatt is a really great boy who is happy to be alive and who knows how to appreciate every moment of his life!

Behind every happy and successful dog stands at least one great person - this dog's hero. So much that the dog can not even imagine its life without this hero. It happened that there are already two heroes in Wyatt's life - Lexi, the girl who rescued him from death row and David - his foster dad, who literally nurtured Wyatt back from a dying skeleton into a happy dog bursting with energy. But Wyatt needs a third and final hero - a person who will fall in love with Wyatt, who will open his/her heart and home to Wyatt and who will live a long and happy life full of fun and joy with this amazing boy!

Do you think you can be this Hero?

If you are interested in Wyatt, usually you can meet him at adoptions which will be on Saturdays - 11:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. and Sundays - 12:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. PetSupermarket, Johns Creek 5805 State Bridge Road, Duluth, GA 30097. Some times there are adoptions at PetSmart, Flowery Branch 5873 Spout Springs Road Flowery Branch, GA 30542.
Please check our website www.cloverrunrescue.com first, to verify the place of the next adoptions.
Also, if you like this dog or have any questions, please, send an e-mail or call us.
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, deworming, heartworm test (dogs over 6 mos. old), microchip and a 30 day pet insurance policy.
This dog is up to day with all shots. Also he has a pre-paid ShelterCare pet health insurance for 30 days.
And of course, he comes with 24PetWatch microchip, which includes free registration into the 24PetWatch pet recovery service.
We do offsite adoptions so if you are interested in any specific dogs, please email at cloverrunrescue@windstream.net to make sure we bring them to weekend Adoptions.

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Wyatt - back to life

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  • Siberian Husky
  • Adult
  • Male