OvercastNow
17 °C
63 °F
RainMon
19 °C
67 °F
Chance of a ThunderstormTue
12 °C
54 °F
OvercastWed
8 °C
47 °F
Send Us A News Tip

Sunday August 28th, 2016

Posted at 12:00pm

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

unnamed

Written by For The Love of Paws:

Pasha (Bombay) Available for Adoption
Pasha came into our rescue a little over a year ago from BETA in Lebanon. It was our intention to have Pasha stay with his caregivers and he would become a therapy dog. Sadly, with the closure of the therapy program and the caregivers no longer able to care for him we feel Pasha needs to find his forever home.
Pasha’s story before he came to us,
In February 2015, Bombay an emaciated Pointer was shot then amputated with a knife.
Taken on a hunting trip the “guardian” claimed he shot him by mistake, and of course left him to his fate In the secluded forests of South Lebanon.
The loyalty of a dog knows no limits, and three days later the Pointer tracked down his human and showed up at the door
Since he was shot with a high caliber shotgun, part of his hind leg was dangling, and what happened next takes the most horrible abuse to a new level; the guardian “amputated his leg with a knife”
After long negotiations the emancipated Pointer was finally given away and transported to a Vets office in Beirut.
BETA Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals took wonderful care of Bombay and he is now a healthy, beautiful boy.
We at For the Love of Paws are so excited and privileged to have taken Bombay into our rescue. Bombay, despite everything he has been through is a very trusting dog who loves people of all ages and other dogs.
Pasha (Bombay) was born March 10, 2014 and weighs 40lbs and is a beautiful Pointer. Pasha loves everyone, children, and dogs but will chase cats! He loves going for walks, cuddling and car rides and the drive through at Tim Horton’s to get a plain timbit. These are just some of the things this sweet boy loves
With what Pasha has been through it is amazing the love and zest this boy has for life. If you’re looking for a loyal loving dog, please consider Pasha.

More information on how to adopt from For The Love of Paws can be found on their website.

Do You Like This Article?