DOB: January 8, 2016       EOW: April 14, 2019

In late August 2016, we were asked if we could provide temporary foster for a Belgian Malinois that was in a local animal control shelter….and we did.  We were initially evaluating him for other potential adopters.  It became clear that he came to us sick and probably injured.  And while he seemed to have the drive to be a nice working dog, the extent of his injury and the effect that it may have on a working career wasn’t clear.  Ultimately we adopted Indy from the Malinois Ranch Rescue.

Sadly Indy suffered a devastating injury to his neck.
Indy has been feed a mostly raw diet since coming to live at Rott’n Manor. In addition to the meat & veggies, he receives a natural herbal supplement consisting of vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, antioxidants, trace elements, essential fatty acids, chlorophyll, fiber, proteins, carbohydrates and other nutrients that occur naturally in the herbs. Nearly all of Indy’s leashes, tugs, & toys were purchased from Horton’s Quality K9.

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