The awful image of an abandoned dog weeping and unable to stand caused everyone in the room to cry as they observed this tragic scenario.
It was just another day at the veterinary supply business when one of our customers observed something weird outdoors. A helpless puppy was unable to stand or move. We didn’t know what had happened to him before, but something was plainly wrong, and we needed to assist.
We carried the dog inside right away to inspect him. He was in a lot of pain and looked terrified. We attempted to calm him down, but it was evident that he needed more assistance than we could provide. As a consequence, we decided to take him to the vet for a more comprehensive examination.
We were happy to discover at the vet that he had no bone break. The vet, on the other hand, was concerned that he had a spinal cord damage that had compromised his nerves. The doctor prescribed medicine to relieve the pain and inflammation in Lucky’s spinal cord, but Lucky continued to cry and was unable to stand.
We opted to get Lucky an X-ray since we were worried about his health. He had no broken bones, but the vet said his spinal cord damage was causing him a lot of agony. He was given medicine by the veterinarian to aid with the discomfort and inflammation in his spinal cord.
Our dog, Lucky, quickly became a member of our family. He was a warrior who made tremendous progress every day. He tried to get up and eat on his own. Fortunately, he had a voracious appetite and was willing to cooperate.
We didn’t know what had occurred with his previous treatment, but the injection site was infected and festering. Lucky couldn’t walk anymore, but he was doing well in other areas. He ate nutritiously and took his medicine on time. Because the abscess was still leaking pus, we had to clean it every day.
As time passed, Lucky made more progress. He was able to move all of his legs again and even bathed. The abscess looked to be mending once it had dried up. He was finally able to regain his ability to walk.
We were pleased to see Lucky run for the first time after his injury. Lucky was a remarkable survivor, and we were grateful to have been a part of his journey. We chose to adopt him since we recognized he was intended to be a permanent member of our family.
Lucky is now a happy and healthy dog. He lives with us permanently, and we cherish him beyond anything else. We brought him out for his immunization today, and he peed in his cage because he was afraid of the needles. Lucky will always be our little miracle, and despite his anxiety, we are so grateful to have him in our life.