J ake was brought to our rescue centre after suffering a severe trauma to the head, and it was days before this frightened little pup showed any signs of life, as he lay curled up in a ball in his cage. Slowly, Jake began to wake up and respond to treatment, and was able to eat and drink on his own. However, this terrified little guy didn’t enjoy being handled, and only a few team members were able to touch him. Knowing that being around other dogs might make him feel better, as soon as he was well enough, we shifted him to a new enclosure, but while he looked happier there, he grew even more nervous of humans and became more aloof.
We continue to work with Jake to keep his life as stress free and comfortable as possible, and he has a partial sponsor who covers some of the costs of his care, but we are hopeful that someday, someone will come forward to work with him and help him learn to trust humans again. Until that day, we will love him unconditionally, and as life on the streets would be tough for a shy dog like Jake, we’ll care for him for as long as he needs us.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Jake's been sterilised.