She found Sampson, who was then 7 months old.
He had demodex mange, so his owners were no longer willing to care for him.
Now, it would be really easy for someone with a big heart to just swoop right in to save this poor guy, without first making sure she was up to the task.
But Paige is a smartie, so she researched demodex mange and talked to her vet to make sure they would be able to adequately take care of Sampson.
Well obviously you know the results of that research because Sampson is alive and healthy and thriving, with the help of a few daily meds that he just interprets as more treats for him!
He has a sister, Bella, whom we will be sharing here in a later post.
Paige has a big heart for big dogs, and she is determined to make sure no one makes the mistake of thinking Dobermans live up to their mean reputation as long as she can help it.
Thank you Paige for sharing Sampson with us. Keep those rescue stories coming readers. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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