Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: starving dog/stray

LEFT TO DIE

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This little poor fellow was brought in to Lega Pro Animale. Close to starvation, blood and mucus running out from his nose. Found abandoned.

A wonderful warm-hearted Italian man is fostering him and medicating him. That’s Amore! We hope for a fast recovery to full health. Dogs are super troopers, like kids. We have much to learn from them.

AN END TO STARVATION

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Remember this story on my blog (click before further reading)

Two weeks ago I got a very nice e mail from a warm family that had a sweet dog hanging outside their Parco gate. Could I help? I drove over to the other side of the “town” and to my wonderful surprise, it was the starving scared German Shepard that me and Olivia had tried to feed.
This wonderful family is giving her plenty of food, I de-wormed her, and the family gave me Frontline to put on Bella.
They don’t know if they will be able to keep her but the are willing to do everything for her, to get her back in shape with AWL support.

Bella, is around 8 months old, shy but friendly and would be lovely playmate and friend for older kids, and of course a stable home.
Next week AWL is bringing her for sterilization and shots.
Last Wednesday I went and put a collar on her, thank you Charity for the donation. Bella is now in a fenced in area in their yard. What a lovely Amore Family!

Cold and Starving

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At 08.30 this morning, AWL got a phone call. It was Angie.
With an upset voice she told there was a young boxer dog that was in a terrible shape, only skin and bones. She would not survive without immediate help from AWL.


Via cell phone and computer pictures was being sent; sure she really needed help.

Hanging teets! No milk!
Todd and Angie picked her up with the SUV.
No veterinarians are open today! Angie had her in her garage over the night. We named her Sully.

AWL will take her into the veterinarian clinic first thing tomorrow morning. Please keep Sully in your thoughts and hearts. Thank you Angie and Todd