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Poor Plum was seriously neglected and needs a lot of rehabilitation. It's just like an episode of Dogtown in my house.
There are medicine bottles everywhere, spray bottles, itch stop, aloe vera gel, leashes, harnesses, cones, ointments, medicated shampoos, syringes, towels, blankets, crates, play pens, you name it. There are health issues, behavioral issues, house training issues... Also she smells like a giant corn chip to the tenth power.
I am not complaining about any of it mind you. I am just so happy to have some pug company again.
Trust-wise she is starting to come around a little I think. After 4 days she finally trusted me enough to rub her belly for a little while today. The poor girl is very frightened of people's hands touching her.
What's kind of weird is that her favorite place to be is in Pugsley's bed in my bedroom. Sometimes, like now, she just hangs out in there by herself while I'm out in the living room or office working. I haven't decided yet if it's spooky or sweet.
Other times I tell her stories about the Sausage, and I think he would be proud.
I know he is looking down and is totally happy that I've gotten to the point where I'm able to open my home and my heart to other pugs in need.
We will be setting up a chip in site for Plum to help with her many issues. Stay tuned.