One of our good friends asked Reunion to take Carmen who would thrive here as we use herbal support to address issues such as Shelter Depression Disorder.
Please read Carmen's plea as quoted below:
Sadly, it has been brought to my attention that Carmen is suffering from SDD, Shelter Depression Disorder. This sweet female has been kenneled too long and is currently back at the Jefferson Parish East Bank shelter in the stray/hold area. She is good with some dogs, and not others – she appears to like dogs that are close to her size more than smaller dogs."
"This beautiful female has until December 25th, Christmas, to find a home. At that time, the shelter feels it is time to let her go as it is cruel to continue to confine her, as she is miserable, especially after experiencing all the attention at the Rayburn Facility."
"PLEASE contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, 504-736-6111. The Director of the Shelter, Robin Beaulieu, reports that William Barse has offered free obedience training for a year to anyone that is local and interested in adopting Carmen."
"***Carmen is a graduate of the Dog Gone Express Training Program where she has had six weeks of training and even lived with her trainer at Rayburn Prison Facility."
"She has learned about 9 obedience commands and the American Sign Language for these commands. She is housetrained, good with other dogs, spayed, up to date on all vaccines, microcipped and crate trained. This girl has a wonderful disposition, is a super star and her prison handler loved her so much, that he found it difficult to let her go."
"Please contact Martha email: email@example.com or William Barse that heads up the prison program at email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information."
Please share far and wide to help Carmen who has worked so hard to avoid a death sentence.
Reunion Rescue will offer all of our tried and true resources to anyone who saves Carmen.