The Hope For Paws organization was notified by someone regarding two dogs that needed their help, to which they responded with their usual efficiency and preparedness. These two homeless Pit Bulls had been living in a truck yard where people had been feeding them regularly for the past six months, though none could secure either of the dogs and take them home. For this particular rescue mission, the team consisted of volunteers from the USA, UK, Australia, as well as Costa Rica, and although Hope For Paws had rescued dogs with only two people before, the more, the merrier.
When they arrived at the location where the dogs had been seen last, they the two of them hiding under a parked truck and the other stuff that one would usually expect in a truck yard. They began by securing the only entrance and exit to the yard using a plastic fence that Eldad had brought to prevent the dogs from running off. Once that was done, the owner of the facility happily let them into the property and even escorted them around the area as they started calling for the dogs to come toward them, snares in hand.
The rescuers split into two groups, with the first group entering the property and the second group staying outside to guard the fences in case either dog tried to jump over them. The first dog was scared and shaking, though he never showed any kind of hostile behavior, and he was secured using one of their snares easily enough. The female dog, on the other hand, got even more stressed out when she noticed that they had gotten her companion, but after 10 minutes of running around the facility, they were able to secure her with a snare, too.
Once the dogs had been reunited at the hospital, the female dog started wagging her tail. Here’s to hoping they get adopted into the same home. They named the two Clark and Lois.
Source: Hope For Paws via YouTube