Six hairless and neglected puppies were discovered in an abandoned house and have finally started to recover
After being abandoned by cruel individuals, these puppies became severely ill and lost all their fur due to a skin disease called mange.
Kristina Rinaldi, the executive director of Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR), was shocked when she picked up the six neglected puppies from an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan. The puppies were hairless, pink, and had painful sores all over their body, and were burning with fever. Rinaldi described the condition of the puppies as the worst case of mange she had ever seen in her dog rescue career.
Rinaldi immediately took the puppies to a vet, but unfortunately, two of them did not survive the journey and passed away. The remaining four puppies were given the proper treatment and were cared for at the facility for about 12 weeks. The staff at the care facility dressed the puppies in baby onesies to aid in their healing process.
Despite the odds against them, the remaining four puppies eventually recovered and were adopted into loving forever homes. Rinaldi expressed her gratitude to the veterinarians and staff who worked tirelessly to save the puppies, even though it seemed like an impossible task.
Kristina Rinaldi, from Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR), was shocked when she discovered 6 neglected puppies in an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan.
The puppies were pink, hairless, had painful sores all over their body and had a very high fever. Upon examination, it was discovered that the puppies had a severe case of mange, causing them to lose their fur.
Rinaldi, who has rescued many dogs with mange in her career, described this case as the worst she had ever seen.
The veterinarian who examined the puppies also commented that it was an almost impossible task to save them.
Despite the odds, the puppies were given the proper treatment and care at the facility for about 12 weeks, with staff members even dressing them in baby onesies to aid in their healing process.
Eventually, the puppies recovered and their fur grew back. They were then ready to be adopted into loving forever homes where they could be spoiled and adored.