Every dog deserves a happy home but sadly, not many of those furry buddies are lucky enough to have a loving owner who could take care of them and treat them nicely. There are still countless dogs hopelessly fending for themselves on the streets out there and what they have to face daily is way tougher than what we can picture.
This poor girl had been wandering outside for months. Without proper care, she quickly got sick and unfortunately, her mangy look didn’t help the dog earn the sympathy of the residents nearby. They started to chase the pooch away, while the mange gradually got severe and spread all over her body.
Thankfully, a kind local finally decided to contact Howl Of A Dog for help. The rescue team got on the road immediately after hearing about her case and what they saw just broke their heart.
The pitiful stray was really sweet and friendly, but she was hesitant in front of them strangers (which was quite understandable after everything that she had been through), so they took time to gain her trust.
It didn’t take long for the scared dog to learn that they were only trying to help her. After only a short while, the gal even wagged her tail excitedly as they put a leash around her neck.
The kind-hearted rescuers named this luckless girl Heidi. Needless to say, Heidi was thrilled to be indoors again, but her mange was way worse than what they imagined. It didn’t stop them from loving her though. Although Heidi still had a long way ahead, her rescuers promised to not give up on her.
Under the love and care of these wonderful people, Heidi got better and better day by day. After 3 months, she fully recovered and transformed into a whole new dog. Look how happy she was!
Watch the touching rescue here:
According to the Romanian rescue’s latest update, Heidi had found herself an incredible forever home in Toronto, Canada. She’s now living a fabulous life with her new playmate Toby, who is a certified therapy dog.
You can take a peek at Heidi’s VIP life here:
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