Mason City, Iowa – The Humane Society of North Iowa has saved the day for Goldie, who is described as ” a seven- year-old female Golden Retriever with a survivalist instinct, a forgiving spirit and a heart of pure gold” by HSNI executive director Sybil Soukup.
Goldie was left outside in a kennel for 3 weeks with no food and little water with seven other dogs after their owner had been evicted. They were discovered by the landlord of the property, severely malnourished. Goldie weighed a mere 46 lbs. It appears she had chewed most of her tail off in order to survive.
Due to the dogs age and condition, the landlord was going to take the dog to the veterinarian to be euthanized.
The landlord made a last minute decision and contacted the HSNI and they advised they had resources to help the dog. Goldie has had surgery on her tail and is gaining weight.
All other dogs found at the home have been adopted, but Goldie awaits a forever home.
To visit Goldie’s adoption page, click here.