After being passed by several people, a 1-year-old puppy was eventually spotted on a busy highway by a Good Samaritan!
The generous woman helped the Siberian Husky, named Miracle, into her car and transported her to the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter in California.
At that point, Andrea Neyses, a shelter worker, posted Miracle’s tale to Facebook with the remark, “The dog had been neglected for some time, and she was also dealing with a dreadful skin problem.”
When Leave No Paws Behind Rescue saw the tale, they decided to assist the dog because she was in desperate need of assistance. Additionally, they were aware that if the dog died, she would be put down.
Thankfully, Leave No Paws Behind Rescue picked up the puppy and transported her straight to The Pet Doctors of Sherman Oaks where she received the emotional and physical attention she required.
They discovered after analyzing her blood that she is anemic, underweight, and has protein in her urine. She continues to wag her tail at everyone she encounters despite her poor health. The medical professionals also expressed their unwavering confidence in Miracle’s prognosis. All of us wish that.