Harvest had only been alive for ten months when she was packed in a box and left in the middle of a residential area by an unknown person. She remained obediently seated in the box throughout the night until a kind stranger discovered her the next day.
The lady was taken aback when she saw Harvest sitting in the box without any food or drink despite the fact that it was a scorching summer day. The dog did not go off once, not even when the temperature reached 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
According to Patti Dawson, president of Dallas Dog, who spoke with The Dodo, “She never moved from the crate.” “All she was doing was waiting for someone to return,” the narrator said.
When they arrived at the shelter, the animal control officials were surprised to see that Harvest had remained in the box the whole time. They thought the dog could be paralyzed, so they confined the puppy along with the package she came into the kennel.
After some time, Harvest worked her way out of the box, at which point the shelter volunteers made the decision to let her keep it.
Dawson said that the box was placed in the kennel for the dog because it provided her with a sense of safety.
The first few days that Harvest was at the shelter, she spent much of her time hiding in the corner of her kennel. Dawson said that one could clearly see her shoulders and the rest of her body quivering as a result of dread.
Nonetheless, everyone who came into contact with Harvest adored her. Despite the fact that she was terrified, she maintained a kind disposition, and with time, she began to develop.
Harvest was taken in by DFW Dog two weeks after she was rescued, and the organization immediately placed her with a caring foster family. Harvest’s actual character emerged in her new home in what seemed like a blink of an eye almost immediately.
Her foster mother said that Harvest has gained a lot of energy and enjoys playing active games with the other children she is caring for. When she’s in the mood for something relaxing, Harvest’s favorite thing to do is snuggle up on the sofa with her family and watch television.
Dawson stated, “It took her about a week before she really opened up, and she hasn’t slowed down or looked back since.” “It took her about a week before she truly opened up.”
At this very moment, Dallas Dog is in the process of locating the ideal forever home for Harvest, which is moving forward at a much quicker pace than it often does. Dawson said that the dog was “just one of those dogs.” This week, she will be attending three meet & greets.
In the meanwhile, Harvest will continue to drink up the particular affection that is given to her by her foster family, and she will never again be forced to set foot inside a cardboard box.