A small dog was lying alone in the middle of the road. People passed by him and didn’t stop bothering him. Stray dogs are common in the area and to passersby he is just one of many. But we know this is not true. We know that all lives matter! We know that every life is worth saving.
The child was too weak. Covered with too many fleas, he gave up his fragile body. Every flea that drank his blood caused anemia. This kid needed help and he needed it quickly! He was curling up on his body like a ball, and his heart just broke. He felt worthless, but everything had to change.
A woman working for a local rescue team heard the news of the puppy and ran to it. She carefully lifted him up and noticed that he had thousands of fleas as well as fleas. He also had Demodex scabies. He had to go to the vet immediately.
The veterinarian and woman who rescued the dog put him on a table and treatment began immediately. He needed a flea bath and an extensive medical examination. They had to check how anemic he was. They also had to treat scabies with antibiotics and take daily medicated baths.
Puppies are starting to feel safe, especially with the woman who rescued them. She vowed to find the perfect home for him forever. She called her friend who would be perfect and her friend agreed to adopt a puppy. After his medical examination, he was able to go straight to his stepmother’s house.
The brave little guy immediately fell in love with his new home. He was no longer cold and hungry on the street. He had everything his little heart wanted. He also had a canine brother and sister, and they hit it right away. The puppy continued to develop. He especially enjoyed sleeping in his new, comfortable bed. No more cold concrete for this kid!
A year later, the puppy is no longer small, but happy! We are glad that everything is with him and that his past belongs to him. forever behind. His little broken heart is now whole again. Check out his structure below. Remember, all stray animals are struggling to survive. Neutering or neutering your pet is very important.