Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Zephyr (aka Zeffie) a happy ending for a beautiful girl!
I know many of you remember sweet Zephyr. Everyone wanted to meet her as she
had such a lovely personality. But she was a little older, she was very
chewed up and looked to have walked a hard road in her life. But she was
always quick to give kisses and loved everyone.
She went home with Chantelle to Vancouver where their vet examined her leg
which looked like a shark had gnawed on it. Along with many bite scars, a
ripped ear, torn eyelid the vet discovered an imbedded canine tooth in her
chewed up leg bone. Yes, this sweetheart had been used as a bait dog for
Well look at her now. She went home with a wonderful family in the North and
loves the snow. She is flying, free and absolutely adored.
Enjoy the photo.
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