Pet Of The Week: Tula, Rescued From Bemidji Hoarders

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Meet Tula, a 1-year-old mix whom authorities rescued from hoarders who kept her and more than 100 other dogs in filthy trailers.

Although Tula had a tough start, she has a lovely personality, according to Deb Balzer of the Animal Humane Society.
Balzer says volunteers at the humane society call Tula a “little lady.” Balzer described Tula as curious and social, as well as occasionally shy and fearful.

Tula and 106 other small dogs grew up in two urine-soaked and feces-filled trailers. The dog’s two owners tried to care for them, but the number of animals was too great. Authorities rescued the dogs from their unsanitary living conditions in January.

Tula gets along well with other dogs, Balzer said. She has also had her vaccines, her microchip implant; and she’s ready to meet someone who can give her the attention she needs.

If you are interested in Tula, call the Animal Humane Society at 763-522-4325, or visit its website.


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