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Scared stray dog ​​rescue video now happier than ever

Dogs are not made to live alone on the street. This little curly-haired specimen was known to the residents of the neighborhood and finally received the help that changed his life completely. The moving video made by the rescue group reveals their path to happiness.

L’association Hope For Pawssituated at The Angels to United Statescomes to the aid of stray and/or abandoned animals in the region.

Recently, Mary Chatman, a woman involved in animal welfare, contacted her about a young homeless 3-year-old dog. The poor beast was known to locals for living alone on the streets forever.

The canine, named Ziggyused to take refuge under cars in order to protect themselves from the harassing heat of the State of the California.

The rescue team therefore equipped themselves with their capture equipment and went in search of them. Rescuers actually found him curled up under a vehicle. He was terrified and hadn’t decided to come out of his hiding place.

The good Samaritans therefore positioned a security barrier so that he did not escape and pulled him as gently as possible to take him to safety.

care and love

Ziggy didn’t trust humans and didn’t know how to react to them. But when the vets started taking care of him, he relaxed.

His matted coat was shaved then he took a therapeutic bath aimed at ridding him of fleas. Likewise, he was identified, dewormed, sterilized and vaccinated. Finally, the volunteers provided him with copious and balanced meals.

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He then had a whole new Olympic form.

The more time passed, the more Ziggy flourished with his rescuers. He was finally adopted by a couple touched by his story.

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Today, he is metamorphosed, both physically and mentally. He enjoys life to the full, surrounded by love and kindness, reports OneGreenPlanet.