A few days ago, we showed you the live rescue of a dog on the road. Alex and I were driving when we noticed a huge dog in the middle of the road, about to be run over. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a leash or anything with me at that moment to rescue the animal. So we got out of the car and tried to convince him to come with us. Initially, he was hesitant and understandably so. Imagine the things that have happened to this poor dog. But eventually, we managed to grab him by the neck, and we brought him to our shelter. The next day, we did what needed to be done. We took him for a check-up, and this is Victor.
First of all, I want to take this opportunity to wish our friend Carla a happy birthday. She’s editing this video for us, but unfortunately, she’s feeling unwell. She has a severe case of strep throat, and she doesn’t want to take antibiotics. She’s not supposed to take them, but she’s not taking them anyway. She’s spending her 30th birthday in a terrible state, but I hope she gets better soon.
Victor is a cute little dog, but he was in terrible shape when we found him. He was malnourished and needed a lot of medical attention. We took him to the vet, and he was castrated. Despite his poor condition, the operation went smoothly. We also discovered that he had a wound on his neck that was infected, but it was hidden under all his fur. We cleaned and treated the wound, and now he’s in a foster home, getting used to being around people who care for him.
Victor is an adorable dog, and we believe he will have a great life ahead of him. We will keep you updated on his progress. We want to remind you that none of this would be possible without your donations. Your support enables us to save the lives of animals like Victor. Please donate if you can and help us continue our mission.
We want to show you what goes on behind the scenes when we rescue dogs like Victor. We hope that by seeing our work, you will understand the challenges we face and appreciate the effort that goes into every rescue. We want to share with you the emotions we feel when we see the condition of these animals and the joy we feel when we know that we have saved a life.
When we found Victor, we were driving along a road, and we saw him in the middle of the road. He was a big dog, and he was about to be run over. We knew we had to do something, but we didn’t have a leash or anything to grab him with. We got out of the car and tried to convince him to come with us. It wasn’t easy. He was scared and didn’t know what was happening. But eventually, we managed to grab him by the neck and took him to our shelter.
At the shelter, we examined Victor and found that he needed a lot of medical attention. We took him to the vet, where he was castrated. It was a routine operation, but it still carried some risks, especially given his condition. We were relieved when it went well. We also discovered that he had a wound on his neck that was infected. We cleaned and treated the wound, and he’s healing well.
Victor is a sweet dog, and he’s slowly getting used to being around people. He’s in a foster home now, where he’s receiving lots of love and attention. He’s still a bit nervous, but we’re confident that he’ll come around soon.