Fury was initially rescued by an Animal Welfare Volunteer group called CARE.
She was brought in because she was one of a group of dogs that had been caught on the street to be fed to the crocodiles at a local zoo around 2017 - this practice has since been stopped.
She is a very good tempered dog, who loves her belly being tickled!
Fury was originally rescued in 2017, from a cage for keeping strays who were to be fed to crocodiles at a local zoo.
Here she is in the front of the cage she was trapped in waiting to be fed to the crocodiles.
Fury came to DAS in July 2019, with two young puppies she had given birth to at the CARE Shelter – Suki and Womble - but unfortunately Womble died from Parvo after a couple of weeks. Suki is still at the shelter with Fury – they are always together.
Fury stays with Suki and a few of the other dogs in one of the big bamboo kennels. She is not super friendly to strangers – but she loves our staff and loves to be cuddled. She warns off other dogs if they try and take attention away from her.
She is a fat little sausage now!
We made some significant progress with Fury this month - we leash trained her! it is actually the first time she has left the shelter since July 2019. Up until recently we just didn't have the staff available to start walking the dogs but since our volunteers switched form cleaning to walking the dogs - we have much more chance to walk them.
She was resistant at first but soon got to like her walks.
She has had good health this month - no problems at all - no illness and no injury.
She has been spending her time with her daughter Suki as usual.
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