Meg arrived at the Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre in a state of fear and confusion. She had been saved from a life of breeding in a puppy farm. Her fear of humans is typical of dogs who have been starved of human affection, regular, normal human contact and been subjected to the awfulness of living in a breeding shed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Fortunately for Meg, the DBARC team are experienced and patient. Meg’s stay with them will be as long as it needs to be in order to get her all the veterinary care she needs and be on the road to living a regular life in a home with kind and patient humans. In time, her fear biting will subside as she learns to trust that humans mean her no harm. As her fragile confidence becomes steadily firmer, and she becomes able to handle the close contact that will make her life so much easier, she will learn that her life is hers to enjoy.
We will be following and sharing her journey.