I was left tied outside with no food or water when my family moved away.
A good Samaritan neighbor called the county animal shelter to report my situation and the dog warden advised this person to bring the dog in and that if the owner’s showed up looking for me, he would deal with it. I was taken to the shelter on Tuesday, January 29, and today (Saturday February 2) was my release day.
Boy is it nice to feel loved and cared for.
GO Boxer Rescue Inc.
P.O. Box 621
Dayton, Ohio 45405-0621
If every single person that visits this page donates just $5 each, it will go so far to help deserving Boxers that are in need of help. Won’t you please hit that PayPal donation button, and give them a helping hand?
Note from Linda:
“I went over on Wednesday to see him and it about broke my heart. He weighs just 37 lbs and is quite a big boxer boy so really should weigh about 75 lbs. Right now, he really has no personality. I think it is taking all his energy just to stay alive. But I’m sure as soon as he begins to regain some strength and feels better he will become the boxer he was meant to be.”
Note from Brenda:
“He is very sweet and even knows a couple of commands. He does “come” real well, and does know what “no” means.”
Hi everyone. Otto Moby Gordon here with an update.
Sunday, Febuary 17, 2013
Monday, Febuary 18, 2013
He did not respond to the IV fluids like he did last time. Blood tests showed that his liver was failing. This could have been a pre-existing condition, we will never know. Even in is weakened condition he got up when his foster parents came in the room.
He passed with the love and respect he deserved. Run pain free sweet Otto, you will be missed.
Otto knew he was loved dearly, even by those he never met. For that he and all of us in GOBR are eternally grateful.