Emma’s rescue story
Emma was only 6 months old when she was rescued, but she had been through all the worst ordeals that a dog could have had, namely burns and scalds, cuts and grazes from falling into a foot trap, and worst of all, she had been wandering around all by herself. The rescuer was touring around the east coast of Taiwan when she spotted Emma tied to a concrete water tank with an iron chain in a seemingly deserted place. Emma neither barked nor growled at the rescuer. Instead, she greeted this stranger with a super happy tail wag, just like she had never seen any living things before. Believe it or not, the resident nearby claimed that Emma is not his dog. He was just trying to be nice because Emma was in heat at that time, so he tied her up to keep her safe! The rescuer couldn’t take Emma away as she was traveling with a group then. It was simply devastating when the rescuer recalled how Emma cried and screamed when the rescuer left. As soon as she got back, she immediately started the rescue procedures. It was really tough to trasport Emma all the way from the east coast to the west coast, but the resuer rode with the punches and did the best she could to take Emma in for future training and all the necessary medical check-ups. Now little Emma is all set to find her own home and gets all the love and care she deserves.
Emma is a happy-go-lucky black beauty. She’s is a people dog and social by nature. She gets along well with all living things, be it adults, kids, dogs or cats. When she moves into a new environment, she warms up and blends in very quickly. She has great passion for treats and enjoys her daily walkies, but her all-time favorite is cuddling with her humans. Emma is crate-trained and housebroken, potty trained both on pee pads and outside. Little Emma is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to shower you with much love and joy!
Please watch Emma’s videos to learn more about her. If you are interested in this little love bug, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.