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These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible

These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible

These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible
These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible 

Wilbur, Petunia, Pinky and Arthur were suffering from very poor health conditions, their fur fell completely, her skin was very sore and she was suffering from a high fever, and fortunately, an organization took over the recovery process and everyone now has a family to love.

Six very sick puppies were rescued from an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan. Christina Rinaldi, CEO of the Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR), rescued puppies from the Animal Control Center in November 2018 after they were found in an abandoned house. These puppies suffered from advanced scabies, lost all of their fur, their skin was very irritated with painful sores and had a high temperature.

Christina The Dodo told:

“When I say that these puppies literally caught fire, they were burning. They were burning. "They had a very high temperature."

“I saw a lot of scabies in my career saving dogs, but this is the worst case of scabies. They had swollen lymph nodes. His eyes were closed and swollen. His skin was skinning.

The Animal Control Center did not have the resources to continue caring for dogs, so Rinaldi decided to give them a new opportunity.

Christina said:

The director told me, "How do you feel about puppies without hair?" And I said, "What? She sent me a message with a photo of the dogs, and I said, "We'll be there to take them soon."

Dog with advanced mange
A team of volunteers from the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration organization transferred the puppies to the vet, unfortunately two of them died on their arrival at the clinic.

Christina said:

The vet said, "We are working against the impossible."
But Christina refused to surrender, and the medical staff said they could relieve the pains of the pups while they were treating scabies, so they would not give up.

The four fighters were called Wilbur, Petunia, Banke, and Arthur, and they were under medical observation for about 12 weeks.

Christina said:

"We went to visit them every day."

The puppies are finally emptied and taken to a brooder house while the scabies treatment is finished.

These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible
These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible 

Dr. Daniel Coppella, a veterinarian at BluePearl Clinic, said:

Scabies is caused by small insects called mites. Some mites cause scabies, which means very uncomfortable itching that can cause skin diseases. Scabies makes dogs feel very sad.

Aiming to relieve the itch, DDR volunteers dressed up with a cute baby boy.

Christina said:

“Everyone on our team had a child dug in their boxes and brought rompers with them because their skin was so sensitive. They lived with the baby rompers for about four months.


Puppies are very ill suffering from scabies
After a while, the pups' fur started to grow again and in six and eight months, they felt their fur completely. It was adopted by loving homes that you want to take care of and make them forget their sad past.

These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible
These abandoned puppies were so sick that they lost all of their fur, but their recovery was incredible 

English betting, a DDR volunteer, adopted Wilbur.

The Dodo bet:

We presented to Wilbur a beautiful house with a huge jogging patio. He has a brother-in-law to another mother who lives with him, both of whom are of the same age. ”

The DDR has attended to many cases of infected dogs that are about to die, but they always assess the situation and devise a strategy for assistance, and allowing them to die is never the answer.

The four dogs found homes forever and likewise, there are many dogs waiting to be loved.


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