Rescue Dogs Rock is looking for the perfect forever home for a beautiful little girl named Chloe, who deserves to have all the happiness in life.

Chloe is very much in the hearts of everyone at Rescue Dogs Rock. She was found on the side of a road in North Carolina at just five weeks old. This little girl had suffered a traumatic brain injury because some awful human being out there picked up a baseball bat and thought it was a great idea to swing it at Chloe’s head.

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It’s truly disgusting to even think about what happened to Chloe, and it is a total miracle that she survived. It is sad to think that unlike so many of the dogs that ended up being saved by Rescue Dogs Rock, who come in with broken bones and flea infections, poor Chloe will never truly escape what has happened to her. 

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You wouldn’t know it from this picture, but Chloe’s vision is impaired, and that baseball bat means she suffers from permanent brain damage. Whoever takes Chloe on is going to have to be patient with this sweet little girl and dedicate time to manage her needs.

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But Chloe is worth any effort. She is a happy, playful girl who loves being around people and shows absolutely no hate or resentment towards the cruel hands that did this to her. That she can trust another human being to come anywhere near her after what happened is incredible. 

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What Chloe needs are a kind heart and patient hands. She is great with both children and other dogs, and anyone who invests the time in this little girl will be getting a great addition to their family. Who wouldn’t want to love and play dress up with this wonderful little girl?!

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We know. There is a certain appeal to getting a dog who is picture perfect and has no health problems. But dogs like Chloe are just as adorable, and are just as great additions to your homes! Adopting a dog like Chloe means investing time and care, but isn’t the same true of any animal we choose to make a part of our families?

If you would like to know more about Chloe, please visit the Rescue Dogs Rock Facebook page.

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