St. Bernard that survived 17 days in the cold finds new home

St. Bernard that survived 17 days in the cold finds new home Photo: Ruff Start Rescue

February 04, 2019 03:38 PM

The rescue shelter that took in a St. Bernard that survived 17 days outside in freezing temperatures said the dog is on its way to a "forever home."

Ruff Start Rescue posted on Jan. 25 that Old Lady, also known as Tesha, has been placed with a foster owner to help her regain her health until she is adopted.


RELATED: St. Bernard survives 17 days in Minnesota cold

Ruff Start Rescue has been posting other updates about the canine on its Facebook page since she has gone to her new foster home.

On Monday, the Bloomington Police Department tweeted the St. Bernard visited the department.

"Tesha spent a little time saying hi & spreading some good vibes around the PD," the tweet read.


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