Stray dogs are common in this part of the world, and he was just one of many to the onlookers.
But we all know that’s not the case. We understand the value of each and every life! We understand that every life is valuable.
The little boy was extremely frail. He was infested with fleas to the point where his body was breaking down. Every flea that drank his blood added to his anemia.
This baby was in desperate need of assistance, and he needed it now! His little heart just broke as he curled up into a ball. He didn’t feel valuable, but that was about to change.
When a local rescue worker heard about the puppy, she rushed over. She carefully picked him up and noticed that he had thousands of fleas, not just a few. He had Demodex mange as well. He needed to see a veterinarian right away.
The vet and the woman who rescued the puppy placed him on the exam table and immediately began treating him. He required a flea bath as well as extensive medical examinations.
They needed to check his anemia. They also had to start treating his mange with antibiotics and medicated baths on a daily basis.
The puppy began to feel secure, particularly around the woman who had rescued him. She promised herself that she would find him the ideal forever home.
She contacted a friend who would be an excellent match for the puppy, and her friend agreed to adopt the puppy. He was able to go straight to his new mother’s house once he was medically cleared.
The brave little guy was immediately smitten by his new surroundings. On the streets, he was no longer cold and hungry. He had everything he could possibly want.
He had a canine sibling as well, and they got along swimmingly. The puppy was still doing well. He especially enjoyed sleeping in his new plush bed. For this baby, there will be no more cold concrete!
The puppy is no longer so tiny a year later, but he is still very happy! We’re overjoyed that he’s doing so well and that his past is finally behind him.
His little broken heart has been repaired. Take a look at his rescue in the video below.
Please keep in mind that every homeless animal is fighting for its life. Spaying or neutering your pet is very important.