Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Welcome Ginger to Humphrey House

It's time to officially welcome Ginger to Humphrey House for Homeless Animals!

Ginger arrived almost 3 weeks ago with her husband and their 3 adult pups. Ginger was extremely nervous at the time. She was protective of her husband, often sitting in front of him so no one else could touch him. She was also very dominant with her children, constantly correcting them. She was so protective of her family, that we had to use bite gloves to handle her at the vet.

You see, Ginger was a result of an arranged marriage. Ginger and Sebastian were purchased together as young pups from a puppy mill in Pennsylvania. Before they knew it, Ginger was pregnant...then pregnant again. They now have 3 beautiful babies, Jasper, Pup-Pup, and Lily.

Now that the kids are grown, Ginger and Sebastian are getting a divorce. It's best for everyone. Sebastian and the kids need their independence, and Ginger deserves some time to focus on herself.

What does every woman do when starting a new chapter in life??? Have a spa day!!! Ginger had a bath, haircut, and her nails done. She looks great and feels fabulous! We're so proud of her for making this transformation.

Ginger is ready to move on with her life. She is looking for a human companion that can pay the bills and put food on the table. She looks forward to long walks and cuddling on the sofa watching movies. Her days of raising children are behind her. Ginger would love a quiet retirement home without young kids. Starting over is scary. Ginger will need a patient, loving home to help her through this life transition.

Ginger is a 6 year old Jack Russell Terrier that currently weighs 22 pounds. She is ready to get fit and lose a few pounds though. Send us a message on Facebook to meet this beautiful girl.

Humphrey House for Homeless Animals is a small, foster-based rescue located in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Visit our Rescue Me page for a list of animals we currently have available for adoption.

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