Dying Puppy Uses Her Last Bit Of Strength To Wag Her Tail As Rescuers Approach

This dog was laying on a street of Udaipur, India. She was about to die of starvation, and was hopeless and dehydrated.

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Even in her condition, she used her last tiny bit of energy to welcome an approaching man with a camera, hoping he would help her.

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The man is part of an animal rescue and protection center called ”Animal Aid Unlimited”.

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They took good care of her, fed her and healed her wounds.

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After two weeks, she’s able to walk again and she’s happier than ever.

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Animals Aid Unlimated

Animal Aid is a vital rescue center, hospital and sanctuary for injured and ill street animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. We rescue thousands of hurt and sick animals each year and provide sanctuary to those who need life-long care.

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  1. Judy says:

    though I admire what you SAY you do. So many of these are frauds. Distemper is fatal 99% of the time in healthy dogs. this one would stand no chance! Quit lying to try to make money. Using various dogs photos to make viewers think yhey are seeing a dog recover is fraud.

  2. Daniel says:

    The comment above is not accurate. Distemper is not fatal 99% of the time. A dog’s chances for surviving canine distemper depend on the viral strain and the strength of the dog’s immune system. Recovery is entirely possible, but seizures and other fatal disturbances to the central nervous system may occur 2-3 months after recovery. Fully recovered dogs do not spread or carry the virus.

  3. Maxine Gregory says:

    Thank you! People tend to believe in the negative to avoid feeling….distemper is not 99% fatal….and to the lady who said it was and that this is just a scam…keep your money….make arrangements to take it the grave with you… broke my heart seeing this baby so badly neglected….but most of those people are starving themselves…if you cant help that's ok….but if you can…even just 5 bucks…to know that you had at least tried. Nobody asking for 100 or even 20. If we all gave just 1 dollar..could you imagine! Thank you to all those who get up every day in 3rd world countries where babies are dying of starvation and still trying to help these animals Thank You!!!!!!

  4. Trudy says:

    When I was young our puppy got distemper and we nursed him through it. He was completely healthy afterwards and lived to be 15. I would never have a dog without vaccinating it against things like this but in those days there were no vets or access to vaccines anywhere near us.

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