According to ilovemydogsomuch.com, a dog named Eliza June was put out on the road by her owners, which sadly resulted in her being hit by a car.
Eliza June was disoriented, shivering, and screaming from the frightening event when a rescuer discovered her. While she made it through the trauma, the shelter had to deal with her mental wounds and called her “extremely violent.”
Annie Morgan offered to take on the difficult duty of fostering Eliza. The unfortunate dog had a shattered pelvis, a fractured hip, and a bruised lung, but her mental traumas presented themselves in overwhelming behavioral disorders.
Eliza had acquired a terrifying aversion to human contact, and she would recoil at the sight of a leash or a collar. She took her time warming up to Annie during her early days in foster care. Eliza fled to a corner and locked herself down, as if Annie was about to hurt her.
Annie found Eliza’s slumped fear-dominant body language painful to observe, but it just strengthened her commitment to mend the baby’s brokenness. Eliza’s damaged spirit gets patched together in this film, which shows how she does so after finding a safe refuge with Annie.
It’s hard to believe those soft licks and tail wags at the conclusion of the video came from the same fearful dog that started it! Eliza has not only grown into the sweetest young lady, but she has also managed to replace the word “foster” with the word “forever”! We are really proud of both her and Annie!
Watch Eliza, who has been mistreated, overcome her trust difficulties and mend her broken soul in the video below.
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