A scared poodle was recently saved from a puppy mill which also had nearly 700 other such dogs. This terrified dog is now beginning to know of the love and care of human beings but it is still very difficult for him.
The dog was named as Jordan Knight had been rescued earlier this month from a breeder in Georgia. The dog was rescued only after the poor and inhumane conditions came to light of the day to police.
There is nothing better to explain as to how poor Jordan had been living in the Puppy Mill by what he did on his first night at the foster home.
Jordan’s foster mom named Melissa Lentz was aware that puppy was still traumatized and so she decided to give him a little space to get used to his new found freedom.
She was keeping a close eye on Jordan as he left for his bed placed in one corner. The dog who was supposed to lie down instead only rested his head on the edge of the pillow and fell asleep while standing.
The heartbreaking video which depicts the inhumane condition through which Jordan suffered through can be seen in this video below.
A spokesperson of the organization that rescued Jordan told media, “this sleeping posture while standing up explains the cramped cage which Jordan had been living for years. He also did the very same thing on his first night at the foster home.”
However, Jordan has now started to learn that things are done in a different way.
For starters, he has realized that all the other dogs in this foster home are all happy.
This place, where he lives now has a lot of place and lots of rooms to explore. There are many places where he can lie down and it is OK to do so.
Jordan also had a spa day after which he learned that a hot bath and snuggling up in a warm towel are actually great things.
He has also discovered that he loves to snuggle on the couch with other dogs and he also loves the dinnertime.
When Jordan’s foster mom hinted to Jordan that it is OK to sit in her lap, he decided to finally do it.
As soon as Jordan is ready both emotionally and physically, he will be up for adoption for a forever home.