Dempsey, a 7-month-old puppy abandoned by her owner outside a store in Georgia. was rescued and recovered quickly
Pitbull Friends to the Forlorn were informed about Dempsey’s case two and a half weeks ago. Many passers-by saw the mangy dog tied up outside the grocery store, but no one dared to approach. Meanwhile, the owner has been missing ever since.
Dempsey’s initial conditions included both scabies and an eye infection.
Dempsey was initially taken to Dekalb County Animal Services for a checkup and first aid. The center then contacted Friends to the Forlorn, located in Atlanta, to pick up the poor Pitbull.
Dempsey’s lead volunteer was Stacey Greenwald, who took him to baths and gave him antibiotics, according to Greenwald, who had been rescuing dogs for seven years. The most important medicine is dedication and love, and Dempsey didn’t hesitate to take that.
In just three weeks, Dempsey’s condition had markedly improved. Until this past Sunday, Dempsey had been “molded” into a completely new dog. From a miserable mange, Dempsey is now always running around. He runs around with his friends and is very friendly. It could be said that Dempsey was the most distinctive dog among Greenwald’s 30 pets.
Plus, luckily for Dempsey, it’s Sunday too. He can live with his new “parents” in the hope of a lot of happiness in the future.
Friends to Forlon has been in business for seven years and has rescued 475 dogs from unfortunate situations like Dempsey’s.
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