We are humbled by all the support for our girl, Lacey. Rescue can be heartbreaking and rewarding at the same time and in Lacey's case, it truly has been both.
Lacey was abandoned in a boarding facility then rescued by Bull luv able Paws and Chi Wawas Rescue. On her first day out of boarding, she was shot - almost fatally - for being a pit bull. Or so we assume. We wanted to be mad and get revenge, but then we decided that we just had to save this girl and concentrate our efforts on nothing else.
Fast forward two months later: Lacey is not only doing better, she is thriving. She is at a training facility that works with dogs with disabilities. She is learning that not having full use of her front right leg does not have to mean she can never play, run, have control. She is working on being the best three-legged dog she can be. She is partially blind and deaf on her left side and since the bullets can never be removed, this will be the constant in her life. She has learned to focus her attention on her smell versus sight and hearing. She has focused on doing what she can do without being disabled, because clearly this girl has shown us what it means to be able