The Ballad Of Zoey is shared by Debbie D . Thank you, kind lady! For more lovely dog stories, please visit The Doglady’s Den.
This is the first of my Tailwagger Tales. More information about this at the end of this post.
The Ballad Of Zoey
Zoe, Zoey, Zoé or Zoë (Greek: ζωή)
is a female first name of Greek origin, meaning LIFE.
From the streets of Kentucky
To the ‘burbs of Toronto
Young Zoey was plucky
But needed help, pronto!
With a lovely black coat And a cute beggar’s face A scar on her throat Did not debase
What was her story? Nobody knew It must have been gory The things she went through
Stuck in a shelter Ready to die Had they felt her Pain – did they cry?
At last, help arrived From a country up north Young Zoey survived Life got better, henceforth
It was love at first sight When we met this sweet girl The feeling was right Let our new life unfurl!
We adopted Zoey on Sept, 24, 2020 when she was approx. 9 months old. Can you imagine such a young dog being left on the streets to fend for herself?
At first, all was well, but as time wore on, we noticed she was prone to leash reactivity and fear aggression (mostly towards larger dogs.) We have been working with a behaviourist, who says Zoey is highly insecure.
We can only imagine the horrors she may have experienced (the scar on her throat is a permanent reminder) and remain committed to giving her all the love and patience she needs.
Niagara Dog Rescue saved Zoey’s life. This is their donation page►
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We wish Zoey a happy life.
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