dogs with blue eyes

Gracie, the Chihuahua and Boscoe, the Pit Bull Terrier, Rescues (part 3)

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“Our vet wasn’t sure he could save Boscoe’s leg because the bullet was lodged in the elbow of his leg, making surgery difficult.

I found a specialist and he had surgery the next day.

That was two years ago and he is fully recovered and trots like a horse.

The second time I moved to Texas I bought a trailer park as an investment and there was a tenant who just let his dogs run amok on the property.

One of his friend’s chihuahua mated with a neighbors’ terrier and Gracie was one of the puppies.”

 

Gracie, the Chihuahua and Boscoe, the Pit Bull Terrier, Rescues (part 2)

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“Boscoe had been in the shelter for an entire year and they weren’t showing him because he had a leg in a sling that was infected.

They kept taking him to a vet to drain his leg full of infection, but never treated it properly.

I said, let me adopt him and I will get him treated and take care of him.

The adoption group came over for a home visit and we were approved.

I took Boscoe to my vet, where they took x-rays and saw a bullet in his leg.”

Gracie, the Chihuahua and Boscoe, the Pit Bull Terrier, Rescues (part 1)

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“I rescued my big guy Boscoe, from a shelter in Texas outside Dallas, called It’s Raining Cats and Dogs.

It was a rescue group based out of Cabela’s, a sporting goods store.

I had seen a white Pit with blue eyes the year before.

I remembered that dog and inquired with the group to see if they still had the white Pit with blue eyes.

The head of the rescue group said they had two white pits with blue eyes, so my husband and I went down and looked at them.”