(Photo: Submitted) The bond between Libre — the emaciated, mange-ravaged Boston terrier puppy saved from an Amish dog breeder — and the rescuer who fought to give him a second chance is undeniable.
“I just really connected with him. I don’t know why, because I’ve rescued so many dogs,” said Janine Guido, who founded and runs Speranza Animal Rescue in Mechanicsburg. “I get butterflies before I visit him. Something about Libre really captured my heart.”
Libre’s reaction to seeing Guido during their daily visits leaves no doubt the feeling is mutual, according to Michelle Hall, a certified veterinary technician at Dillsburg Veterinary Center. The moment he sees Guido, Libre begins wagging his tail like crazy, and he can’t wait to shower her with puppy kisses, Hall said.
“I know she’s going to be amazing for him — she already is,” Hall said. “She’s going to spoil him.”Libre continues to recover at Dillsburg […]