Trash Heap Stray Dog Makes Unforgettable Recovery and Friend
My promise to you is that that this story of a trash heap stray dog will melt your heart. When Eldad Hagar from Hope For Paws was called to rescue a stray dog barely surviving on a scrap pile, I imagine he didn’t know what to expect. His amazing work brings him to all sorts of situations, each one as heartbreaking as the last.
This dog, who they named Miley, was filthy, starving and covered from head to toe with mange, skin infections, and parasites. She was believed to have been abandoned by her owners and had apparently been living on the trash heap for quite some time. Her spirit appeared to broken.
Luckily for Miley, there is such a thing as happy endings and a caring world. Eldad took her to the vet for care and gradually, over a few weeks, she began to heal and come back to life. Her spirits lifted even more when she met a special someone. Witness her remarkable recovery, and wait until you see the friend she has made!
Published on Dec 12, 2013
Hope For Paws took care of Miley’s vet care, but she is now fostered by their friends from The Fuzzy Pet Foundation. Please visit their website to fill an application to adopt her: fuzzyrescue.org
Little guest star – Frankie was also rescued by Hope For Paws (with help from Lisa Chiarelli), and is now being fostered by our friends from The Forgotten Dog Foundation. If you would like to adopt him, please fill an application here: theforgottendog.org
Trash Heap Stray Dog Will Melt Your Heart, I Promise! (VIDEO)
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