Sunday during football season means transports have to be done on Saturdays or in the morning on Sundays, unless the Ravens play MNF or a rare Sunday night game. I couldn't turn down this transport though after reading about the dog needing a ride.
This is a special needs dog. She has a deformed eye (she probably doesn't see out of that eye, the other eye is OK, she is not blind from what I have been told) and one of her front leg’s is deformed, but she doesn’t have mobility problems. She has quite the history. She was found in a ditch, left there to die when she was only about a week old, covered in maggots. That's how she lost her eye, the maggots had eaten at it. The people who found her bottled fed her and kept her for a while, then found her a home and I guess the people they gave her to didn't want her anymore as she was a stray.
How can anyone say no to that poor plea for Daisy? I couldn't. Nick could, he did stay home and watch the Ravens game but Daisy and I had a nice trip the two of us. I picked her up from the Frederick Municipal Airport and took her to The Maryland House in Aberdeen. Thank you Mary Ann for shortening our drive the Wilmington, DE and thank you Elliott for flying Daisy to Maryland on behalf of Pilots N Paws.
Daisy, a Blue Heeler/Catahoula Leopard Dog mix, was a perfect co-pilot. She did great in the car and was such a sweetheart. Here are some pictures of our adventures :)
Daisy got around surprisingly well on three legs, she could really pull! She is going to make someone very happy!