Got some pictures that show her coloration from the side. Maybe somebody can say whether she's sable or brindle. We can't decide The shelter was right about her being wild cause she sneaked her way into our hearts.
Cheryl & Mack Dixie ........ Heart Dog Lady ........ Senior Girl (Forever with us) Scout & Little Bit ... Side of the Road Rescues
"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." Will Rogers, 1897-1935
WOW...She is the most beautiful wild dog I have ever seen. Her colouring looks so good with your sofa, infact, I think thats a good enough reason to keep her !!! Plus, I have a feeling I am not the only one here who would love to see more pictures as she grows up. Cheers!
Oh my gosh... she is absolutely GORGEOUS. I would like to state for the record that Karmalina was also Feral when she was first picked up from the Reserve in Alberta... and she was already 6 months.
Aside from her serious propensity to Eat ANYTHING that MEOWS or most mammals under 20 pounds... I think she turned out pretty good. She also isn't a huge fans of most dogs, but she is working through it.
I really hope you keep us updated on the status of this beautiful Wild Child.
Here is a comparitive shot of the other Feral Girl... all penned up in the dog run. You can see the ferocity in her eyes can't you?
Julie Pookie (Until we meet Again - Dec 5, 1993 - April 1, 2010 Smooth Collie/Foxhound Rescue) Karmalina (9 Y/O Border Collie/Saint Bernard Rescue)