‘Fattest Dog In Bangkok’ Travels to North America for Life-Changing Surgery and to Find a Home

Stray mutts face such a large number of difficulties. Discovering enough nourishment to continue themselves is so troublesome. They are additionally encompassed by obstructions that can be perilous, as they endeavor to locate a protected spot to rest. Such huge numbers of strays endure and it really is heartbreaking.For one canine, simply crossing the road almost cost her beginning and end.

She was gravely harmed subsequent to being hit by a vehicle. Be that as it may, her steadfast buddy did everything he could to attempt to get her to security. He endeavored to drag her body however when that demonstrated pointless, he remained over her until assistance arrived.Local volunteers touched base on the scene and took the harmed canine to their asylum.

They likewise brought her companion so he also could get a decent supper and a protected spot to rest. She had a few breaks in her legs. Standing demonstrated troublesome so they did everything they could to keep an eye on her injuries while making her more comfortable.Her powerless body required time to recuperate. The rescuer utilized a syringe to give her water.

He knew each day she would get more grounded. It would require some investment and persistence yet for her, he had both in spades!Soon the little guy had the option to eat strong sustenances. She was getting more grounded quick! Everybody was excited to see her improvement. What a little fighter!Before long, the canine who was confronting passing is strolling!

Mercedes’ morbid obesity would mean a shorter life for the dog. So a year ago, Cristina, an animal rescuer who runs a foster home for dogs in Thailand, stepped forwarded to help and took Mercedes home. Under her care, Mercedes lost 27 kilograms (59 lbs), which was great, but Mercedes still had excess skin that hinders her walking and gets lesions and sores and causes bladder infections. Mercedes’ caregiver put out an appeal to international rescuers for help. Her plea came to the attention of Geneviève Smith in Canada. She raised enough money to fly Mercedes to Ottawa and found a veterinarian willing to do the surgery and found a foster mom in Dacey Traill.

Traill has been looking after Mercedes for the past two weeks and says the dog is a “beautiful and calm soul.” Traill agreed to foster Mercedes because she believes the two have a lot of common. Traill had gastric bypass surgery a few years ago and lost 45 kilos (100 pounds). She told CBC News that she knew how Mercedes felt.“I can relate to her and what it’s like to be kind of heavy, not very mobile, not energetic, just not really loving life at all. I think what spoke to me is that I can’t imagine having all this extra skin and not being able to have the right mobility, even after losing all that weight.” Although Mercedes didn’t know what a walk was, Traill managed to coax her through it. “Now she loves going out for walks. She prefers being outside.” She is also getting Mercedes a lifejacket so she can go swimming and work off the remaining 5 kilos she needs to lose in order to have the surgery.

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