There’s the Clark bar, but when this dog barks, it’s the Clark bark! A two to three-year-old Chihuahua-Terrier mix, Clark arrived on December 9th at the Lee County Animal Services shelter in North Carolina. He and his sister arrived together as strays after reportedly both being hit by a car. Unfortunately, Clark’s sister had to be euthanized due to severe spinal injuries. Poor Clark had to deal with the adjustment to shelter life on his own.
The same day Clark arrived, RADAR offered to assist with his vetting costs as an incentive for a rescue to take him. After one of the board members of Augusta Dog Adoptions in Virginia learned of Clark’s situation and saw his photos, the rescue decided it had to make room for him. On December 11th, they agreed to take Clark! On December 18th, Clark received his initial vetting and was neutered.
Clark’s foster mom speaks fondly about him, “When I got this little guy he was so scared and flinched every time I went to touch him. It amazes me how eager dogs are to trust again. Clark is such a sweet gentle soul. He is great with other dogs and kids, and has good house manners. Clark is absolutely wonderful! This boy deserves the best.” Click here to view more photos of Clark.
RADAR paid all $165 of the initial vetting and neutering costs for Clark.
UPDATE! Clark has been adopted! His new name is Bradley!
UPDATE! All funds for Clark have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Clark:
Kathy O’Connor; Tina Muncy; Mary Wilkie; Mara Alexander; Stacy Culbreath
Added on January 5, 2015.