One morning, a woman noticed that the mesh of the shelter was gnawed.
Paige Graham is the owner of a dog shelter where about 20 animals with special needs live. She couldn’t take care of another dog, but life was interesting.
One morning, a woman went out onto a glazed balcony and noticed that the mesh had been gnawed, and a completely unfamiliar dog was sitting on the veranda.
He was exhausted and looked warily at Miss Graham. As soon as he reached for the dog, he ran out of the hole made for him on the balcony.
The dog met Paige again when she was walking her dogs. She is back on the site.
The woman drove away a new acquaintance, as she was with the paralyzed residents of the shelter, for whose safety she was very worried. But the dog immediately returned, digging a tunnel under the fence.
Then Paige realized that getting rid of the intruder would not work. She resigned herself, took the leash and went to the dog and … the dog allowed me to put on all the ammunition. The woman named the dog Randy.
Randy didn’t have a microchip. Paige found out about this when she took the pet to the vet. But she was sure that it would be possible to find a new home for this unusually stubborn animal.
And so it happened. One of the Disabled Dogs volunteers was delighted with her new ward, Paige Graham. So, now Randy is happy, socialized and living in a new loving family.