Skinny And Hairless Dog Found In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued

Skinny And Hairless Dog Found Covered In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued

Skinny And Hairless Dog Found Covered In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued


A starving Alsatian named Ralph was close to death when he arrived at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. But the dog that was found skinny, hairless and covered in sores, it is now unrecognizable

The poor pup also was suffering from a bacterial infection, had an eye condition, and had a problem with one of his ears. He received a second chance in life.

Skinny And Hairless Dog Found Covered In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

Thankfully all the hard work and effort put in by the rescue center staff paid off and after a month, he was able to be taken home by a volunteer and is looking like a totally different dog.

Wendy Tung is a volunteer who regularly fosters dogs. When she took in Ralph, he became her foster fail and she adopted him. Now, 4 years later, the pair have formed an incredibly close bond.

Skinny And Hairless Dog Found Covered In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

Wendy spoke to the Mirror and said, “Ralph is a wonderful dog. He brings me companionship and so much love and affection. Every day I think how lucky I am to have him. He had such a difficult start in life, but he has always been loving, gentle and trusting. He’s an absolute joy. When I first brought him home he was still a very poorly dog, which was upsetting to see. There was no muscle, it was just bone.”

Skinny And Hairless Dog Found Covered In Sores Looks Unrecognizable After Being Rescued
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

She added, “He didn’t want to go out in the garden without me. I think he was terrified of being locked out in the cold again. I think he must have been shut in a yard and left outside alone in the past. Now, four years later, he is like a totally different dog. He is a real gentleman. He’s so well mannered. He never asks for anything. He never complains. It is because of Battersea that he got his second chance at life.”

Wendy is now asking people to consider donating to the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home – you can do it by clicking here.

Her aim is to help Battersea make sure dogs like Ralph are cared for until they find a loving new home.

 

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H/T: mirror.co.uk