Meet Pushok, a sweet and playful puppy who is enjoying his best life in his forever home. Looking at his adorable face, no one could image he used to be an abandoned pup who lived in a garbage from a construction site. His life was so tough that he almost gave up hope and left his life to fate. But thankfully, the rescue team from Love Furry Friends came just in time to save the little soul and give him a new life.
When Love Furry Friends got a call about Pushok’s situation, they immediately came to save him. Due to living in a bad condition for a long time, his body was full of ticks and fleas. Despite being fed by the locals, he was still scared and refused to trust people. For this reason, when the rescuers approached him, he ran away and found a hiding place.
One of the rescuers asked some people to help her get the pup out of the trash, and thankfully a kind man agreed to help. They had to dismantle the pieces of building parts very carefully to avoid crashing on the puppy. The pup didn’t know these people wanted to help him, so he barked to protect himself. After a while, they got the pup out of the trash and took him to the vet for a check up.
The little poor dog was full of ticks, so the doctors had to remove them from his body. They then cleaned him and finished to do all producers needed. Because of his health problem, he needed to stay at the clinic to get medical treatment and care. Thanks to the help of the doctors, Pushok made a full recovery. The rescuer came to take him home and started to teach him social skills.
At first, Pushok didn’t trust his rescuer, but her love and patience changed his mind. Under the care and love of the rescuer, the little pup now becomes a happy and playful dog. His foster mom helped him find a forever home that he deserved. Not only does he have a great mom, he also has new furry friends who love to play with him.
Watch the video below to know how love and patience bring a miracle to this sweet puppy!
Thank you so much for saving Pushok and helping him find a new home. God bless you all! Don’t forget to share this post with your friends and family members to help save more animals in need.