Woman Shocked When She Finally Found Out Who Was Making A Mess On Her Porch

Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows that they can be a bit mischievous and act out of character.

Sometimes, some of the quietest and most polite pups can cause a big mess without any reason, and it can be both funny and frustrating. 

However, if you want to minimize the risk of your dog behaving that way, it’s important to keep him away from important things in the house.

In this story, we will talk about a stray dog who also likes to act mischievous to get people’s attention.

Adorable Mess

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It was an ordinary day when a resident from St. Louis heard some noise coming from her porch. Naturally, she went to check it out, and she saw that her deck had been ransacked somehow.

The flower pots had been knocked down and the soil from them was all over the place. She had a suspicion that some animal must have done it.

Behind her terra-cotta pot, the woman noticed a glee coming from something. She checked it out and was pleasantly surprised.

It was a very adorable puppy just staring at her. She realized pretty quickly that it was a stray dog, and she called Stray Rescue of St. Louis for help.

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A New Exciting Journey

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Donna Lochmann came to the rescue. When she took a look at the dog, it was apparent that he was okay and didn’t have any serious injuries.

Lochmann said to The Dodo: She was just really scared. Luckily, she wasn’t injured.

The dog, now named Queen Elizabeth, was very eager to accept the help he was given. Lochmann said: She let me leash her up, so I picked her up and carried her out to the jeep.

While she was in the jeep, she was still very reserved, but Lochmann tried to reassure and comfort her. Despite being very scared, Elizabeth knew she was finally safe and in good hands.

She was taken to a vet where she got a full checkup and treatment for any bacteria or infection she might have endured on the streets.

Lochmann continued by saying: She’s a little timid. But not in any way, shape or form aggressive.

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It didn’t take long before she was cleared for the adoption list. Currently, Queen Elizabeth is a little over one year old, and in foster care, waiting for a new family to adopt her. 

Given her charming personality and playfulness, it’s only a matter of time before she finds her forever home.

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