Jingle is one of the dogs that TAF reached out for help to pull from an open access shelter. Being a neglected senior, he had multiple medical issues that needed to be addressed. This is why he was continually passed over at the shelter.

Besides wanting to mark everything that he walked by, Jingle needed surgery to remove 14 teeth. He also had an impacted mass on his back, that was likely caused by a prior untreated injury, and it needed to be removed. In addition to this, Jingle had giardia. Giardia is a nasty parasite that lives in the intestines of infected dogs, among other things. It can cause violent diarrhea, stomach cramps and nausea.

With some top-notch medical care, and a little TLC, Jingle made a full recovery. To keep Jingle from communicating with his urine, TAF fashioned him with a belly band to keep him honest. He looked like a tiny present with a bow wrapped around his waist.

TAF is now thrilled to announce that Jingle has found his forever home! Jingle’s new mom and dad are cool with Jingle wearing a belly band for as long as it is needed. They love everything about their little senior and their other pups love him too! Jingle's new family is truly great and will spoil him throughout his twilight years. This is a big win for everybody that stepped in to give Jingle his second chance… thank you to all of you!