LindsaySF wrote:Maryellen wrote:after dealing with this idiot of a rescue i think i am done with rescueing for a while if not for good.
Nooo! Don't let this one bad place put you off of rescuing! The dogs in need can't afford to lose a foster home like you.
Is the vet where the dog is now? Was the bite ever reported to animal control? (I think it has to be if there were injuries?) I would talk to the vet's office yourself and tell them what you know. They might only be getting the story from the rescue's side, and they don't know what really happened. No vet in good conscience should let a dangerous dog go back with this rescue.
I agree- even when not associated with a rescue, we rescued on our own, we just rehomed the dogs after doing the full application/home checks and charged an adoption fee that covered the spay/neuter and allowed us to take another dog in.