September 30, 2013
At three months old, Bartholomew was dumped in a shelter’s night dropbox. The Dog Liberator pulled him from the shelter and drove him to the vet where he was diagnosed with Parvo. Fearing for his life, Gisele sought the best treatment available to save him. He recovered from Parvo, but was diagnosed with pneumonia a couple of weeks later. Thanks to great care, love and a lot of support , he survived the pneumonia too. A month later, my husband and I adopted this healthy, playful, spirited puppy. Bart has given us a lot of love, affection and joy. We have given him a loving forever family, and The Dog Liberator has continued to serve as a wonderful pet community. We didn’t just get a new family member, we also got a support group.
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