Lost Puppy Found Frozen To The Ground Saved By Family

her husband Jason went out to the car this morning and heard a strange noise.

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Smokey Barn News
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Greenbrier, Robertson County, Middle  Tenn.

Lost Puppy Found Frozen To The Ground Saved By Family

According to April Dickerson of Greenbrier, her husband Jason went out to the car this morning and heard a strange noise. The noise intrigued him so he let his ears guide dog3him to the source. What he found was a cute little puppy frozen to the ground.

April says people often drop off animals in her neighborhood. “We have dogs and cats dropped off here all the time, the dog catcher knows our street well.” Though there is a chance the dog escaped her owners, April told us she thinks the dog may have been abandoned.

According to April, Jason had to slowly melt the ice under the dog to get her fur free from the frozen ground. There’s a small patch of fur missing on the dog’s hind end but otherwise the dog is in great shape, happy and playful,  April said.

She is eating adult dog food but still has puppy breath,” April says. Her husband Jason said the dog was very hungry and practically attacked the food.

dog1April posted the lost dog on Smokey’s Lost and found page. If you have any information about the dog you can reach April at AprilJDickerson@yahoo.com.

April says, “I have no idea what breed she is but we cannot keep her unfortunately. We’re trying to find her a good forever home. If no one claimed her or we can’t find her a GOOD forever home, we will be taking her to a No-kill Rescue Shelter.”

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  1. Tammy Clan February 25, 2015
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