So many puppies on the street, such few homes for them-this is what Isobel Mary realised when she came to India a few years back. She did not just sit and feel sad for them, but actively started taking care of the dogs and pups around her place of residence. As much as she would have liked to take them home, she was compelled not to by her landlady who ‘just didnt allow them in’. She did not give up, and continues to try her best to take care of them on the road, give them food and take care of their medical issues.
Approx dob: Sep 15th, 2012
Vaccinations: Up-to date
Medical history: Completely recovered from an accident on the road, healthy and ready for adoption
Poppet is one of a recent litter, from among 4 siblings. She, alongwith her siblings and mother were being cared for by Isobel. But as luck would have it, she came under a speeding car. Isobel rushed her to Dr. Choudhary, where she receieved emergency treatment and survived. Her wounded leg took many weeks to heal. Initially, she was put back with her siblings, to recover, but between her and her siblings they would tear open the dressing and was under threat of infection. So Poppet was placed in foster care, where her recovery was monitored. In the meanwhile, unaware of the fate of her other siblings, each of them passed away, due to various reasons. Her mother was also not to be found. When it was time for Poppet to go back to her family, there were none left. So Poppet became one of AAIDD’s pups for adoption as she truly had noone to call her own.
She has completely recovered, and is up-to-date on her vaccinations.
She is described as a mild, slightly shy type of girl. She is in the company of many other dogs at her foster home and socialises well with them.