When we see an animal for sale in a pet store, we want it right away.However, most people are unaware of what goes on behind the scenes of the “puppy factory” industry.Females who give birth to puppies are never given enough rest and are forced to breed constantly in confined kennels with no socialization, healthcare, or any other type of care,w rites boredpanda.They are only fed to ensure that their reproductive cycles are not disrupted.
A nearly unrecognizable Alabai breed dog (Central Asian Shepherd) was discovered laying near garages in the Russian city of Nalchik.She was malnourished, infected, and had exposed patches of skin with festering wounds.
Her uterus had fallen out due to exhaustion from childbirth.
She weighed about 66 pounds, despite the fact that Alabais usually weighs 100 pounds or more.
After being rescued, Almira received immediate medical attention.Doctors told her she had a slim chance of survival.
The caring volunteers at KP took Almira (her new name) in and began her difficult recovery process.Because the small town lacked the necessary tools and resources to save her, she was transported to Moscow.Then, the community came together with their dogs to donate blood for transfusions and assist with other needs.She would not eat or leave.She did, however, gain confidence and strength over time.Her wagging tail was a good omen, according to the volunteers.Her unusual strength and will to live were also noted by the owner of the animal rescue shelter.
During those few months, her health constantly jumped from ‘stable’ to ‘critical’