Tired Of Seeing The Dog Next-Door Getting Beaten, Neighbors Call Rescuers To Save Him

Thankful this beautiful dog was saved by neighbors.

Houses in a block in a rural Chinese town were built side by side with a small courtyard in the middle. One can easily see what other people are doing in these yards. And sometimes, they will witness some horrifying things. What alarmed the residents most was the way a middle-aged Chinese man abused his dog.

The abused dogs live in the yard, sometimes in groups like most dogs. When the owner, who rarely takes his dog out for walks, sees the mess, he gets mad and beats the poor pooch with a stick. The dog would cry loudly and so the neighbors could hear them. whenever the stick would land on his face, they might hear the dull thud that the hit makes. The dog would yelp and howl, but wouldn't retaliate. The neighbors felt bad, but there was nothing they might do. It wasn’t their dog and that they didn’t want to urge into a confrontation with the cruel man. Eventually, one among them had seen enough and decided to urge help.

Learning that the defenseless dog was regularly getting beat up, an animal welfare organization sent a rescue team to save lots of the dog. Thankfully, the good-hearted rescuers were ready to convince the owner to show the dog over to them. By the time they need to him, the pup’s face was very swollen. He had a cut on his brow too. The dog was weak and exhausted from all the abuse. ThatThey have to express their gratitude to the clinic.

Brain damage The veterinarian immediately performed several tests.tests. Apart from the apparent swelling, they found that the dog had a neck injury, and possibly, some brain damage. They put the injured pooch in an medical care unit and that they prescribed medication to treat his injuries. The dog needed round-the-clock care as his condition wasn’t stable. After a couple of days, he was stabilized enough to be put during a regular kennel. For subsequent few weeks, the dog stayed in the clinic. Thankfully, he was responding to the treatment and showed some progress. His wounds and injuries healed and his swelling was gone. The dog, who they named Donggang, was delivered to the organization’s shelter when he was released. He will stay there to rehabilitate and would be put up for adoption once he's ready.

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