Tina is a pure bred Doberman, however due to her leg injury, she was left abandoned on the streets. She was rescued and taken to the shelter, where the Hope & Animal vets had to amputate her leg in order to save her life.
Update (June 2015):
Tina – we have a guard dog named Tina. It belongs to the Doberman breed. Tina is allowed entry into our kitchen, but she never jumps on the food, or destroys anything. She normally eats vegetarian food but also loves fish. Once a week, we feed her meat. She was thin when we brought her, now look at her she is so cute, adorable and healthy, even in the summer, thanks to your support.
Update (June 2016):
Tina is a beautiful and adorable young lady, she does not like to see any human love other dogs, so visitors have to be careful not to pat or love any other dog when she is around! She is a fighter as well and at times it is very difficult to stop her. Otherwise she is very good.
Update (November 2016):
Tina enjoys bossing. She is the eldest among the dogs that are inside the facility and enjoys outdoor exposure and playing. She also enjoys eating. Her health is good at this time and we wish she stays this size for a long time.
Update (July 2017):
Since Tina was brought up with a family, she is always used to people and hence she looks for people around her. She is always happy when she sees people around her, she does not like any other dogs at the shelter, however she is now at other camp where she is playful with couple of dogs. She is always surrounded by people and this may be the change for her behaviour, no more casualties now. Her favourite food is Egg – she likes boiled eggs a lot.
Currently sponsored by:
1. Rachel Fisk, WA ($100)
2. Kristina Bonhomme, USA ($100)
3. Jon Wallhouse, UK ($100)