An apartment building in St. Louis has a garage where a little, ailing dog stayed.
All this time, inhabitants of the neighborhood were tossing items into the garage without seeing the garage’s furry tenant. Chowder’s life was saved one rainy day when a nice guy recognized him.
He fed the puppy and gave him some water, and as soon as I approached, Chowder went out to greet me. He is very approachable. The man said he was pleased that someone had been courteous to him. Chowder was picked up immediately away by a volunteer from Stray Rescue, who had been contacted by the owner.
Chowder embraced the volunteers the entire time they were in the car, as if to express his gratitude for her saving his life. He opened up even more at the shelter because he was so relieved to be spared that it was clearly seen in his eyes.
It was discovered that the dog had a serious eye infection, which needed immediate treatment.
After Chowder had a chance to calm down and get rid of some of the tension, he was transported to his residence. When it comes to his behavior, Chowder is one of the best dogs I’ve ever met.
In spite of all that he has been through, he is now living in a state of perfect happiness and security. They will begin searching for permanent homes for the infant whenever he is well enough to do so. Let’s hope the greatest owners can be found for this amazing pup!