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Big Daddy and Duke

posted Jan 7, 2014, 5:05 PM by Marie Lewis
The FACE low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic provided emergency shelter for as many as 10 outside dogs assisted by FIDO during the deep freeze following the severe snow storm that hit Indianapolis January 5.

Big Daddy and Duke are two pit bulls that were kept chained in a backyard with four other dogs. FIDO representatives went to the owner's house Saturday night, January 4, when the owner called FIDO seeking help. A FedEx delivery man had given him a FIDO flyer. 

They owner took the dogs after several neighbors moved and abandoned them at his house. He was overwhelmed and needed help. He surrendered Big Daddy and Duke because he said they were the two friendliest dogs and wanted them to have homes with families. 

FIDO took these two dogs and sheltered them at FACE during the extreme weather. They are extremely social and friendly to all FACE staff. Both will be fully vetted and made available for adoption. The other dogs were left with the owner and were brought inside during the extreme weather. FIDO and FACE will continue to work with the owner for the dogs that remain with him.

Cold weather animal rescue

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