Deepak is a dog who was involved in a terrible accident. He’d been hit by a train and was in critical condition.
There seemed to be only two options: put him to sleep or leave him to live out his final days in agony. However, the India-based rescue, Animal Aid Unlimited, thought differently.
They were determined to see Deepak through the worst of it so that he could finally have a shot at happiness.
After rescuing the injured dog, the organization took him back to their clinic, where a veterinarian examined him. The prognosis was not promising. Deepak’s legs had been crushed and three of them had to be amputated.
Living as a triple amputee would be difficult, but the vet was optimistic that Deepak could overcome the challenge. With that in mind, the rescue team was more determined than ever to assist Deepak in regaining his full potential.
The emergency surgery was then performed by the vet. The operation took 5 hours, including preparation and recovery time. He did, however, survive the surgery. While it was difficult, the real battle was just getting started.
Deepak still needed to recover and adjust to life as a disabled person. Deepak needed six months of intense recovery and work to get through. Deepak’s rehabilitation was made possible thanks to the efforts of both the medical team and rescue volunteers. Deepak received a lot of love in addition to a lot of medical care.
All of their efforts were gradually paying off. Deepak’s treatment included hydrotherapy in a pool. He gradually regained his strength and was able to resume activities he enjoyed, such as playing with a ball.
Because of Deepak’s extensive injuries, it was thought that his forever home should be the Animal Aid sanctuary, where he will always have help. Deepak, as a resident of the sanctuary, has made a slew of new canine pals, all of whom have disabilities of their own.
Life may not be perfect, but Deepak has a shot at happily ever after!
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