The population of street dogs in every country is increasing day by day. The reason for this is that people dumps dogs on the roads. In particular, many breeders dumps some dogs who have health problems. Also, many owners throw little puppies to the streets when they no longer Wanted them. Due to these various reasons, the population of street dogs is increasing day by day and it has become a big challenge even for animal rescue organizations.
Because every shelters has a limited amount of space. So when that limit is exceeded, it is very difficult for them to take care of the animals. But people don’t stop throwing dogs on the roads. Deniro is a dumped rottweiler Puppy. He was found in a parking lot at a Troy gas station when he was dumped. He was a 10-12 week old puppy. When he was found, his health was very weak and his bones were broken in several places. As a result, he couldn’t even stand up.
In addition his jaw was also broken. And his tongue discolored and hanging from his mouth. Therefore, he could not even properly chew foods. His health status was clear shown that he had by no means spent a comfortable and beautiful life. Surely his life must have been a difficult one. Rescuers brought the Rottweiler to the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society (MHHS). There the vets examined him very well. Then they repaired his jaw with great effort for about four hours.
De niro’s vet bills weren’t easy. They were very expensive and had to get donations from the public. His condition gradually improved. He was then transferred to Rottie Empire Rescue for further treatment. There he got a wonderful life and transformed into an amazingly healthy and strong dog. At first he couldn’t even stand up. But now he is a very healthy, strong and active dog.
At the end of the day, the rescuers looked for information about the dog’s owners. There they found out that the owner of the dog was Khadija Davis, 34 years old. Officers then caught him for dumping and ignoring the dog. Indeed, there is no excuse for it. If someone no longer needs their pets, they should surrender them to a shelter.