Friday, June 20, 2014

A Rescue Dog Survives a Difficult Start to Life after being Left Behind

Ruski, a red haired rescue dog faced a difficult start to life, but thanks to a good Samaritan with a heart for
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animals, a miracle happened.

Ruski was left behind, starving, underweight, missing hair, riddled with worms, and just lost pups. It's a story about a dog that survived a horrible start to life and serious health issues until a humanitarian stepped up and took the time to help a dog that no one wanted.  The Samaritan gained Ruski's trust and began healing her wounded body and heart. 

Ruski was abandoned, alone and outside in the cold month of January. Temperatures had plummeted into the low 20's, and she was threatened by starvation. Her fortune turned when a good Samaritan decided to make a difference.

Ruski was taken to a veterinarian that diagnosed her with a dim prognosis of end stage of heart worm. Although she lived, it was a sad and difficult journey.  Ruski is healed and is now living a safe and wonderful life.

Marietta Vet Clinic urges people to consider adopting a pet before shopping.  If you are ever confronted with a situation that you can help a pet in need, be a good Samaritan.  

+Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian+Julian Peckich DVM believes that the success of the rescue dog should be shared.