Jane From Mutts of Motown

2/25/13  4 Paws 1 Heart received this request from Mutts of Motown and after doing our research, we just had to help. I continue to thank God for the selfless rescues who use their own money to help those who can’t help themselves and give these animals the love and respect they too ofent have never had. ~ diana

“This is Jane. She was living in an empty house on Jane st. in detroit with a few other strays. A lady in the area has been feeding them, and I’ve been helping her get one at a time out of there. Most of our rescues are sent to other rescues as there are too many for my small group to handle. I sent two black labs to animal welfare society, the first with her pups she’d had in the empty house. Jane was supposed to go to Precious Pets Rescue this Monday, but on Sunday, the neighbor called to say that a strange pack of dogs came out of nowhere and attacked her and she thought they were killing her. By the time I got there the strange pack was gone and jane was in the empty house, bleeding and very injured. I put a collar and leash on her and she walked to the truck as if to say “get me out of here”. On Monday I took her in; I had already started her on anti-biotics for the many severe puncture wounds. She has heartworm, and is 4 or 5 years old. The 6/gratiot area has been a heartworm area for a few years, our vet seems to think it might be advanced. The other rescue refused to take her, as the foster they had lines up couldn’t keep her seperate from her other dogs, and, Jane, is understandably defensive now. I am determined to help her, as she has not once shown me any sign of human aggression, and seems leash and house trained too. ~ Laura

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2 comments on “Jane From Mutts of Motown

    • Jackie, You may be referring to Laura of Mutts of Motown (?). If so, you would need to contact her directly. We are not affiliated.