Being far off from other people for the holidays is not something anyone may want. It is not an experience one will desire to go through in life. Being homeless is much more appalling, and that was the fate for these two pups before they were discovered on December 8, 2015, as they were wandering helplessly at a golf training center hunting down for food. Little did the puppies know that the golf training center was going to be the place where they were going to experience a turnaround in their traumatic lives.
The puppies were not the kind of visitors the golfers could expect at their place of training. Nevertheless, the golfers were not going to release these animals without looking for a way of helping them just because they did not belong to and were not likely to become part of their golfing community. They had to do whatever possible to come up with a way of rescuing these abandoned animals.
For sure they came up with a means and managed to corral the two pups. After gathering together the puppies, they then made a call to the animal control center and updated the officers in charge about the two puppies. The animal control center responded by sending a welfare officer by the name Bruce Dangerfield, who came to rescue the two precious lives. At the time of rescue, the two pups looked skinny and without a lot of their fur, highlighting the fact that the puppies had lived a life of starving for a good part of their life time.
The puppies were only five months old by that time. But at this age, one, from the look of the eyes could notice that the animals had not once tasted an ounce of human kindness. However, the puppies experience was going to be a history, now that Bruce Dangerfield (the animal control center welfare officer) was going to convey them to a nearby accommodating animal haven.
It is in the haven that the two puppies could for the first time in their life time enjoy life and still it is in the same place where they could be showered with a lot of care and furnished with the consideration that they required. For sure this meant a total turnaround in the lives of these two puppies.
Anybody who has information that could help in the investigation are requested to please contact the Humane Society at (772) 388-3331 ext. 128 or the Vero Beach Police Department at (772) 978-4600. Tipsters can contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS (8477) or www.tcwatch.org to remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a reward up to $1,000.
[h/t Pets Fans]