Last Updated: November 01, 2016
Here is Meadow's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"Meadow was at a shelter in Washington for two weeks after being dropped off as a 'stray'. My rescue friend in WA had Meadow released into her care and adopted directly to me. I was following Meadow and requested she be rescued. She is completely down in back, completely incontinent of both, poor dental hygiene with very few teeth remaining, had some skin issues due to urine scald, and was never claimed.
"Meadow is sweet, kind, and desperate for attention and affection. She was very bewildered when she arrived in rescue. She relaxed day by day and began to feel safe."
CorgiAid supporters have helped Meadow get up to speed on her health care, including x-rays that indicate her mobility issues are probably due to DM rather than IVDD. Thank you!