Rescuers learned of a skinny dog running around the street. The neighborhood’s residents are grappling with issues of their own and keep passing dog rescuers, who they eventually call “Peanut” as they pass by.
Unable to move, she will lie down in the middle of the sidewalk or roadway. Heartbreaking witness, the volunteers were amazed that Peanut was still alive when they first saw her. She could see every bone in her body. Her skin had acute sᴄᴀʙɪᴇs and was completely hairless.
She seemed to have gone a very long time without a good meal, but she clung on and struggled to survive. Without a doubt, her strength is the driving force. In the case that the dog did pass, one woman even put a body bag in her car.
Rescuers gently lifted her up and took her to the vet, but they were already aware of the situation. Peanut’s chances of survival were extremely small. However, her new companions were delighted when her blood test results were revealed. The only thing that can’t be treated is the discomfort.
Peanut should be fine with proper care, regardless of her appearance. She couldn’t be around sick animals because her immune system was compromised. The rescue called Mike and Joy, who had fostered other dogs, and invited them to meet Peanut. She clearly needs love and attention.
Peanut was brought home by the loving couple. They were taught how to feed him so he could gain weight without getting sick. Peanut gobbles up his meal.
Finally, when Peanut meets Mike and Joy’s second dog, she’s excited to play. She just needs to become stronger so she can have puppy-like vitality. The couple meticulously chronicled Peanut’s days and in just a week, she gained weight in a healthy way. She still looks skinny, but much better!
Because she was being treated with medication to treat her scabies, some areas of her hair were even growing back. When the couple and Peanut returned to the vet after three weeks for a checkup, everyone there was happy. Her growth is amazing. Looks like you’re watching a separate dog!
Not only did she gain weight; She has also become more secure. Because he has a home, Peanut feels much safer. She has never received consistent meals or attention from others. Now she has both!
Like so many other dogs, Peanut yearns for another chance. Dogs are not designed to live on the streets and be self-sufficient.
We welcome anyone who steps in to support an animal. The best lifeguards are lifeguards.
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