Worms are a rescuer’s nightmare, not because the damage they can do is really that bad, but mainly because they are the outcome of days and days of neglect. Rescuing a dog whose open wounds are filled with worms feeding off the rotting flesh paints a pretty good picture of the animal’s ordeal.
Continue reading Worms Were Eating This Small Dog Alive As He Was Wandering With An Open Wound For Days
Tiny dogs like Dimis are so vulnerable. Trapped in a world too big for them, the dangers that every stray dog faces out there are doubled when you see them through their tiny eyes.
Continue reading Tiny Dog Ran Over And Abandoned On The Side Of The Road
Dog abuse in Greece is probably hardwired into our genes – I don’t know how I can explain it any other way. Embedded wires in necks, tails and even bellies of dogs and cats is so often, that my usual reaction when seeing on of these posts is: “oh, there’s another one”
Continue reading Dog Wandering For Days With Embeded Wire Cutting Through Her Belly
Dog abuse, neglect, abandonment – you name it- in Greece, is like the Doctor Jekyll of our “hospitable, kind, proud and warm” Mediterranean self. The kind shepherd you ask for directions is the same person who can potentially hang, shoot or drown his hunting dog for not doing its job and the nice lady who serves you homemade Geek dishes is the same lady who poisons her next door neighbor’s cats. Continue reading Dog Wandering With Broken Jaw For 15 Days While Nobody Helped Her