Broken-Hearted Pup Eaten By Fleas Curled Up On Road, Too Weak To Keep Going !

He curled up in a ball and his little heart just broke…

The tiny puppy lay alone in the middle of the road.

People passed by him and made no effort to stop.

We all know that every life is important!

We all know that every life is worth saving…

The little boy was so weak. He was covered in numerous fleas on his poor body…

Every flea that drank his blood contributed to anemia. This baby needed help and fast!

He curled into a ball and his little heart just broke.

He felt worthless but that was all close to change!

A woman working as a rescue worker in the field heard about the puppy and ran away. She picked him up carefully and noticed that he not didn’t just have fleas, but thousands of them. He also had Demodex scabies. He had to visit the vet right away.

The vet, and thus the woman who rescued the puppy, put him on the vet’s table and performed an examination and started treating him directly.

They had to determine how anemic he was. They had to start treating scabies with antibiotics and daily medicated baths.

The puppy began to feel safe, especially with the lady who saved him. She vowed to look for his real forever home.

She called a friend who agreed to adopt the puppy. Once he was medically cleared, he was ready to go right to his new mom’s house.

The brave little boy immediately fell in love with his new home. He was cold and hungry in the streets. He had everything his little heart desired.

He also had a doggy sibling and that they got along instantly.

The puppy continued to progress. He especially loved sleeping in his new comfortable bed.

A year later, the puppy is no longer so tiny, but he is certainly happy! We are thrilled that he is doing so well and his past is where he belongs: permanently behind him.

His little broken heart is now whole again. Review his rescue below. Keep in mind that every homeless person struggles to survive.

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