Homeless is simply horrible and scary for any creatures. Wandering everywhere, finding food and temporary refuge to desperately survive through rough days. Sometimes, the lifetime of some poor souls becomes far more miserable when unforeseen things just happen to them out of the blue. with none help, they will hardly do anything but just hopelessly await the top of their lives.
A stray dog somehow ended abreast of the 110 Freeway, and unfortunately, she was hit by a car. a lady spotted her and called a corporation to invite help. They promised to return but 24 hours passed and therefore the poor dog remained at that place. Her niece texted Hope For Paws instead for immediate help. Eldad rushed directly to the situation to rescue the small puppy.
On the thanks to the scene, he wondered if the dog was still breathing or not. Realizing that it had been too dangerous to hold out this rescue mission alone during this tricky location, Eldad decided to ask the assistance of the l. a. Department. They were willing to offer a hand without hesitation.
When they could get on the brink of the dog, she was in pain but thanks god she was alive. Eldad gently wrapped her with a blanket. The pup didn’t fight but just allowed him to select her up because she knew she needed help. She was named PD and was taken to the hospital for the simplest medical treatment. The sweet girl looked so happy to be rescued.
Apart from badly injured, PD was filthy and covered with fleas. The poor puppy had to suffer from three surgeries. the primary one was to repair her broken leg, the other to repair her broken paw, torn ligaments, and her joint instability, the last one to get rid of all the metal pins and to spay her. All of the surgeries were successful.
After an extended recovery, PD was ready to come to normal life. Thankfully, L.A. Animal Rescue found PD a loving permanent home. Now she lives a cheerful life together with her caring owners. PD, like all the valuable dogs within the world, always deserves to possess a life filled with affection.