Inspiring

This 3-Legged Dog Can Detect Suffering  People And He has The Ability To Comforts Them

A 3-legged dog, Piggy does not hesitate a jump to suffering people arms, people with malaise or illness. He is not only good at it, but he is even better at helping them get better.

Dog Spent Her Entire Life On The Street Until Tourist Spotted Her 

The story began when a tourist who was visiting Romania connected Howl Of A Dog about a stray dog that she keept seeing on the street during her stay in a small resort town.

Lonely Dog Waited At The Pier For A Month In Hope Her Owner Might Come Back

Loyal dog spends a month at the pier waiting for her owner ends up finding a warm new house.

Loving Parents Fight For Their Brave Dog’s Life

Never Give up on the ones you love

On Tuesday the 25th of June After we returned from holiday to a poorly tired looking pup. His dog sitter was concerned.

We took him straight to the vets the next day, assuming he was likely dehydrated because of the weather, our vet was incredibly concerned and after being urgently referred to a specialist cardiologist, that day, Joey was diagnosed with right-sided heart failure secondary to severe tricuspid valve dysplasia and severe pulmonic stenosis (valvular type A).

Our hearts were shattered.. we were both hysterical our world was spinning how could there be anything so wrong with our happy excitable baby the gorgeous boy, Joey races around when you get up or come in the door to make sure he has a toy to present you with.

I cannot put into word what’s this dog means to us he lights up every day. For me I struggle a lot with anxiety and Joey will always be there to comfort me.

He is a huge part of our family and after moving into our first Home last year and making the huge decision to get our first puppy we never imagined we would be here. we want to do everything we can to give our pup a fighting chance.

The cardiologist talked us through our options and Joey needs two operations including a heart bypass that can only be done at one place in the country the Royal Veterinary College to save his life… without it he only has months, but with it, he could lead a normal happy life! The bypass is a whopping £18,000 ( 21.000 USA, approximately).

To us, it isn’t even a question he has to have it we are trying to raise awareness and the funds to get Joey the op he needs.

Please please help us share and donate if you can we aren’t ready to say goodbye to our baby. 

Unfortunately our insurance will not help us towards this as on Joey’s first vets appointment he was diagnosed with a heart murmur that we was told was harmless in puppies and he would likely grow out of, because he was only insured for one week before the appointment instead of two regardless of the fact we had only had him a week we are sadly not covered therefore we will be funding all of his treatments ourselves.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read Joey’s story, Please HELP, SHARE  or DONATE. 

Click this link to donate    https://www.gofundme.com/f/wzedy-help-save-joey

PS: Joey story was written by his loving parents Nick and Ruby and sent to us by lovely Hayley Briggs

 

 

Amazing Pup Rescue-They Save What They Thought A Wolf-Dog

Julia: a wolf? a coyote? a dog? This pup rescue is a must see!

Many people say they saw a wandering wolf on the streets of Los Angeles, someone finally calls the Hope for Paws Association for pup rescue.

Arriving on the spot, rescuers do not believe their eyes when they find themselves in front of this “wolf”.

Amazing Pup Rescue-They Save What They Thought A Wolf-Dog

Lisa Chiarelli sees the animal walking in the neighborhood. She slowly approaches him and discovers that the “wolf” has a necklace around his neck, but also that he is particularly dirty and covered with infections.

A “wolf” who is not a wolf

Several members of the Hope for Paws Association then examine the “wolf” and everyone agrees that in reality, it is not a wolf, but perhaps a cross between a wolf and a dog.

After a lot of treats, Lisa manages to gain the trust of the animal she calls Julia.

But she is not sure she can survive her many injuries because her body is totally swollen, her paws bleeding and she has scabies too.

After a visit to the vet, Lisa takes care of Julia giving her a good bath, so necessary.

After giving Julia a bath, Lisa realizes that it’s definitely not a wolf or a cross between a dog and a wolf.

Julia is actually a mix between a German Shepherd and a Husky. Only two years old, poor Julia needs above all a loving family to take care of her.

German shephred husky mix

Lisa then posts the story of Julia on Facebook and immediately many families propose to adopt the dog and offer her a new life.

It is finally in a family located in San Diego that Julia will settle among other Husky. A new life placed under the sign of the joy and the love for this dog with the difficult past.
Today, Julia lives surrounded by friends and is happier than ever.

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