If you cast your mind back to the March 19 edition of the Louth Leader, you may recall the sad case of Daisy, a badly neglected dog who was found abandoned in Tattershall woods.
The Ark Animal Rescue and Retirement Home in North Somercotes took the lurcher in and cared for her, saying that she was in “the worst condition they have ever seen”.
But happily, Daisy has been fostered by a loving family who have now agreed to keep her.
Debbie Holden works as a receptionist at Eastfield Vet Clinic in North Thoresby, where Daisy was treated for her injuries. Debbie took a shine to Daisy, and decided to foster her at her home in Tetney alongside her husband, Dean.
Debbie said: “She’s really taken to the rest of the family.
“Daisy was just 11.9 kilos at first, but she is now up to 17 kilos. All of her sores have healed too, except for one which we are waiting to heal naturally.
“There is still a way to go, but she’s doing really well.”