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Shelter dog so frozen with fear she won’t turn face away from wall and vet recognizes abuse

As a canine, the passage outside the home is usually provocative. It could mean a simple walk, a trip to the warhorse (yuck!), or anextra-special trip to the dog demesne. For one canine, however, her trip ended up at the original beast sanctum where she was abandoned by her possessors.




Agonized, the poor canine cringed in the corner, refusing to look around. But thanks to a kind deliverance worker, she got a parcel on a new life, writesronproject.com, When Tammy Graves, author of The Haley Graves Foundation, saw June Cash for the first time, she knew the dog needed help. Just seeing the dog lying in the corner is too important for Graves and so she made arrangements to place her in a foster home.

 


 

After a short delay, it was time for June to leave the sanctum and begin her trip toward a new life in an ever home. But first, she had to make a stop at the warhorse. “ She was spooked leaving and is just learning to trust people,” Graves told The Dodo. “ Every day she comes a bit further.”

 


After being examined by the warhorse, June was a plant to have heartworms, and so she began treatment to take care of that. She also showed signs of being abused. Though it was heartbreaking, she was better off being left at the sanctum by her former proprietor.




Meanwhile, she was learning to trust people at her foster home as she realized that everyone involved in her recovery was just trying to help her. In the end, she felt very comfortable and could approach her foster parents. Meanwhile, she was learning to trust people at her foster home as she realized that everyone involved in her recovery was just trying to help her. In the end, she felt very comfortable and could approach her foster parents.


 

 



Soon, offered to lend her The influx began, and it took too long. Graves has more than 500 people interested in supporting June. But first, June had to be prepared for living in a home formerly again. For that, Graves turned to obedience coach James Voyatzis, who had his work cut out for him. In addition to emotional scars, June also had physical scars on her face, which was a sign of abuse.




“ That’s from, presumably, being hit with sticks,” Graves said. “ She’s easily had multiple litters and spent a lot of her life tied to a tree. She was extremely shy, and we knew we had to find a home that would understand that she might take a long time to warm up.”





Eventually, the day arrived and it was time for June to go to her new home. She was espoused by Amber Barlow and her family on Christmas Eve Day. Now, Joan will have the opportunity to enjoy the life she has now.


 


“ The first time I saw her picture, I knew she was mine,” Barlow told News & Record. “ Nothing was going to keep me from her. This was my baby.” Watch the videotape of June’s story below.



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