Featured on our website was Madonna Mia and her pups -- left to exist on cold frozen ground underneath a porch. (Read her full story.) The poorly cared for family were brought to the Society's Tinton Falls facility. Two of her young frail pups died within a short time. Madonna Mia was in poor condition with lack of nourishment, badly infected wounds and she was found to be heartworm positive. Mia and her pups were sent to our Forked River facility for more intensive treatment.
Madonna Mia with one of her growing pups, Penny, who came to visit on Mother's Day.
Volunteer dogwalkers would take Mia out and she now knows basic commands and has playtime with other dogs. Mia has improved greatly and all of her pups have found forever homes. Mia is through with heartworm treatment and loves to be walked and loves to meet new friends.
Madonna Mia when she first came to the Society, right. Below are her puppies.
On Mother's Day, Mia was surprised by one of her pups that had previously found a forever home with the Fishel Family of Tuckerton, NJ. What more appropriate day could we find smiles on the faces of staff and visitors to see them reunited for a short time. Her daughter "Penny" has been going through obedience training by her family and she is partially housebroken. The 4 month old pup will appear in a Happy Ending story in a future issue. File L-61962-F (Forked River).
If interested in adopting Mia, please contact us or call, (609) 693-1900 for additional information, or come visit.