The Amazing Transformation of a Sick Dog Who Had Given Up Hope

Mange Dog

Mange is a terrible condition that affects animals in a way that makes them want to die. This dog, this beautiful dog, was living on the streets and was unable to survive. He had all but given up hope, lying lifelessly on the side of a road covered in mange and not doing well at all. It did not take rescuers long to catch this dog. Knowing that he needed treatment as soon as possible, they brought him to a shelter and a vet and they decided to treat him for his disease. He’d given up. He was unable to find the will to live. He was a dog that hadn’t experienced human touch in a long time, but it hurt the dog to touch his badly damaged body. Dehydrated and unwilling to fight, the vet decided to treat his mange.

By the 10th day of his treatment, he was looking almost 100% better. Now he is a happy dog that has a lot of love in his life. It’s been two months since he was found and treated, and he is a completely new animal. He is healthy and happy, and he is living in a rescue where he will stay until he is given a forever home of his own. We love this happy ending.



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