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
In one of the thousands of shares that my Petra’s story has received around the world (“The dog that turned to stone”), there was one in an Australian page where a woman’s comment is still haunting me after one year.
Continue reading The Rescue Story You Would Not Watch
Lara appears to be a Pit Bull mix, and like most of these dogs, she ended up in the hands of the wrong people. No one knows who her owner was, but there must be hundreds of thousands of people so far that have wished the worst for him.
Continue reading Rescue Of A Mother Dog Who Gave Birth Chained In The Middle Of Nowhere
Neglected, starved, forgotten, without food, water and proper veterinary care, dogs keep dying per hundreds in Greek concentration camps, that pretend to be “shelters” – legal shelters, since they are public.
Continue reading Neglected Dogs Dying Per Hundreds In Greek Public Shelters
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