Nobody will ever know what truly happened to her.No one acknowledged will ever understand what truly happened to her.What is clear is that she was horribly, disturbingly abused in the past, most likely for her entire life, according to the vets.
The two-year-old pitty mix, who weighed only 20 kilos when rescued, has no nasal cavity, is missing phase of her top jaw due to a previous trauma, and has difficulty walking due to a damaged back, ribs, and hind legs.
Stephanie Paquin, Founder and Director of Passion four Pits, and her husband, Mike Fleury, were at the Orange County refuge picking up every other dog.The supervisor of the refuge asked if they wanted to take on a “very unique dog.”
Despite being warned about her appearance and abuse, Paquin was taken aback when she first noticed her.She was also taken aback by Khalessi’s spirit, which remained unbroken despite the horrifying horrors she had endured.She is cheerful, friendly, and has a tail that never stops wagging. He needed to be saved, so they took him to the rescue.
Khalessi is currently with Stephanie (the founder of Passion4Pits Rescue) and will remain with her or any other surrogate near the rescue at some point during his treatment.He will not be available for adoption until all of his surgical procedures have been completed.
He has an AMAZING spirit.He is one of the luckiest and happiest puppies, and he is full of bravery.The most important aspect of him, however, is his personality.Everyone who meets him finds it difficult to believe how happy he is.
On a shopping trip, observe how he absorbs love.We all wish for justice, but we are aware that it is a remote possibility.For the time being, we are relieved that Khalessi will be able to live the life he deserves and serve as an ambassador for combat dogs.