Elsa, a four-year-old Pitbull, came to Cedar Bend on a very cold evening right before a big snow storm. In extremely poor condition, Elsa likely would not have made it through the night. With a large wound under her tail, and only weighing 36 pounds, Elsa was just skin and bones in desperate need of help.
Through some gentle love and affection, as well as proper care and support Elsa has gained weight and is now thriving and more beautiful than ever.
Although extremely shy, Elsa is a very sweet girl that just needs a little time to warm up to people. Elsa is very playful, she loves chasing after toys, and chewing on rawhides. Elsa gets along well with other dogs and doesn’t tend to show much interest in cats. Elsa is up to date on vaccinations and is heartworm tested. She is currently waiting to be microchipped and spayed. Please consider making a donation to the Cedar Bend Humane Society, so we can continue to rescue and rehabilitate animals in need. A special thank you goes out to the generous donors that allow dogs like Elsa to be given a second chance, and let their true potential shine through!
For more information on the Cedar Bend Humane Society and how you can help dogs in need, please click here to visit our website!