The news is good for dog Baby Girl, 2 weeks after she was discovered tied to a fire hydrant

Things took a positive turn for Baby Girl, the dog who had been abandoned and tied to a fire hydrant. She has come to her new home.

The story of baby girl had moved many Internet users, both in Wisconsin and elsewhere in the United States and around the world. The dog was finally adopted, reported Daily Paws.

Article illustration: The news is good for dog Baby Girl, 2 weeks after she was discovered tied to a fire hydrant
Kylie Rose Engelhardt/Facebook

End of April, Kylie EngelhardtWho lives Green Bay, discovered an abandoned dog tied to a fire hydrant. She was accompanied by her personal effects (kibbles, sweets, toys, etc.) in a backpack, as well as a note written by her owner. She explained there that she could no longer keep the 6-year-old dog.

Article illustration: The news is good for dog Baby Girl, 2 weeks after she was discovered tied to a fire hydrant
Kylie Rose Engelhardt/Facebook

When they came to look for her, the police then entrusted her to the local shelter, that of the Wisconsin Humane Society.

The former owner of baby girl was contacted by a local media, to which she explained that she is homeless and that she suffers from health problems. In particular, she must undergo chemotherapy sessions. Unable to provide the dog with a decent environment and living conditions, she ended up making the painful decision to part with it.

She added that she had gone to several shelters to leave Baby Girl, but that she had found no other solution than to tie him up and leave.

A new family for Baby Girl

For baby girlthe wait for a new loving family was not long. Kylie Engelhardt indeed announced that baby girl was adopted on May 12.

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Article illustration: The news is good for dog Baby Girl, 2 weeks after she was discovered tied to a fire hydrant
Wisconsin Humane Society/Facebook

Daily Paws indicates, moreover, that the dog is diabetic and that her new owners will continue her care. This will include, among other things, making him follow a specific diet, administering daily insulin injections and monitoring his blood sugar.

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