Lisa and Jim's Northern Nevada Real Estate Blog: Wordless Wednesday ... The 4 Legged Victims Of Foreclosure!

Wordless Wednesday ... The 4 Legged Victims Of Foreclosure!

Wordless Wednesday ... The 4 Legged Victims Of Foreclosure!

Wolf Gets a day at the spa - Lisa Wetzel REMax Realty Affiliates

Wolf Needs a manicure - Lisa Wetzel RE/MAX Realty Affilaites 

The Matted Hair On His Derriere! - Lisa Wetzel RE/MAX Realty Affiliates

Wolf Received a Full Spa Day!  Had His hair done ... A Manicure ... and , thanks to the wonderful folks at D.A.W.G !  He's also will be treated to a vet check and shots ... free of charge! 

I should have taken "After" as well as "Before" photos.  I will take some updated pictures when I take him to his Doctors Appointment. 

Stay Tuned!

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Comment balloon 13 commentsLisa Wetzel • September 23 2009 09:43PM

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I have seen that where, when the home goes, the people cannot keep the pets.

Posted by Steven L. Smith, Bellingham WA Home Inspector (King of the House Home Inspection, Inc.) over 8 years ago

Awww Lisa, I can't wait to see the after photos.  Wolf certainly looked in need of a makeover.

Posted by Jenny Kotulak, Broker - Oakville Ontario Real Estate (RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage) over 8 years ago

Sorry to hear about yet another foreclosure--I'm sure the government saw this coming or the banks and could have better prepared people.

Posted by Monika Depalo, REAL ESTATE Agent/Stager (GAFF'S REFERRAL'S INC.) over 8 years ago

How very sad.  How hard would it be fore folks to just take the animals to the pound?  Next thing it'll be kids too. 

Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (Remax New Beginnings ) over 8 years ago

This is a heart breaker!  We'll be looking forward to a "WOLF" update!

Posted by Jessie Wetzel (RE/MAX Realty Affiliates) over 8 years ago

Wolf is all the better for having met you!

The reality is he is loved emotionally ... neglected physically and financially! 

Some say remove him from his home!

Reality!  They love him ... even if they don't care for himin the manner that many think is "correct"!

Posted by Jim Valentine (RE/MAX Realty Affiliates) over 8 years ago

Hello Lisa,

How sad that his owner's left him behind to fend for himself.....Anxious to see Wolf's after photos!  Thank you for helping him and coming to his rescue.

Rita

 

Posted by Rita Minion (O'Brien Realty) over 8 years ago

Lisa - It is terrible to see that people can just walk away from their pets so easily.

Posted by Robert Schwabe, Orange Park Real Estate (EXP Realty) over 8 years ago

Many persons overlook this issue when dealing with foreclosures.  It is sinful!

Posted by Jim Crawford, Jim Crawford Atlanta Best Listing Agents & REALTOR (RE/MAX Paramount Properties) over 8 years ago

Some of my clients called yesterday about a short sale we looked at about 4 weeks ago and they had two of the greatest little dogs. Well, they were now on Craigslist looking for a new family for them because the owner could no longer afford to keep them and the apartment they were moving in to didn't allow pets. (It really is sad)

Todd Clark - www.LivingBeaverton.com

Posted by Respect Realty LLC, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Respect Realty LLC) over 8 years ago

Lisa - Where is the after post? My heart is breaking. Thank goodness you stepped in for him! You're a real 4 legged friend champion!

Posted by Christianne O'Malley, Exceptional Service - Delivering Results in Reno! (RE/MAX Realty Affiliates) over 8 years ago

thanks for being such a caring person.  Shame on those people for leaving him behind.

Posted by Angelia Garcia (Pure Realtors) over 8 years ago

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Hi Lisa:

This is certainly a growing problem.

Poor baby... being left behind and in need of medical attention.

Posted by Toula Rosebrock, Broker/Sales Associate, Realtor, Lacey Township, (Diane Turton, Realtors, Forked River, NJ) over 8 years ago

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