Last Updated: September 09, 2013
Here is Tulip's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"After having let my phone on silent for several hours one night, I discovered I had a frantic voice mail message from a citizen. The message stated that she had found a stray corgi running down a busy street with a very serious neck injury. She said she had no choice but to take the dog to the shelter and leave it in the might drop. The next morning, I called the shelter and they confirmed they had her, with a severely embedded collar. They said I could pick her up after her stray hold was up. Augh. The day her stray hold was up they changed their mind and decided they wanted to keep her a little while longer in case the owner showed up and they could prosecute. The owner never did show and 10 days later I went to pick up Tulip. Fortunately the shelter vet had removed the collar and started her on antibiotics so by the time I got her she was well on her way to healing. She needed a dental and, although we later found out she was spayed, she had no scar. She has ringworms, but other than that she is a very happy sweet girl, finally relieved to be out of pain from that embedded collar."
CorgiAid supporters have helped Tulip with the expense of her medical care while she was in rescue. She feels so much better now! Than you!
This dog is not available for adoption.