Before And After Photos Of Rescued Dogs

Before And After Photos Of Rescued Dogs

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1. Rosie Before

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What do you do when you suspect the dog you’re rescuing has puppies hidden somewhere? Eldad Hagar of Hope For Paws cleverly captured a street pit bull he named Rosie by luring her into a cage. Before loading the girl into his car, he suspected and discovered she was lactating. Now what? He couldn’t rescue Rosie and leave behind an unknown number of helpless pups! With a leash around the mother dog, Eldad used his phone to play sounds of crying puppies. Pretty smart, huh? This spurred momma to action and she led Eldad to her five babies who were lovingly loaded into a box and then the whole family got a ride to the hospital.

2. Rosie And Pups After

Watch Rosie’s rescue by clicking here.

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3. Mylie Before

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For months, her home was a trash heap. That’s a dangerous place to live, as you can see by the Mylie’s condition. Hagar fed her some burger and then slipped his leash around her neck. He led Mylie away from her “home” to The Fuzzy Pet Foundation where they began taking care of her many ailments. They also gave her love, something she’d probably never experienced living alone in a dump. Months later, she was adopted.

4. Mylie After

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Watch Miley’s rescue by clicking here.
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5. Jordan Before

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A group of volunteers from L.A. on Could 9 spotted a sleeping dog in the LA River. He endured unimaginable cruelty before being thrown over the fence to the concrete 30 feet below. He spent two days in inch-deep water living in excruciating pain. Eldad from Hope For Paws arrived and used a ladder to climb down and rescue Jordan. Then the dog spent weeks being treated by people who actually cared about him, finally to be adopted. Now he spends his days playing, eating, and being loved.

6. Jordan After

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Watch Jordan’s rescue by clicking here.
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9. Fiona Before

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How do you approach a blind dog who needs help? You let her smell you, and you do it very carefully. That’s what two rescuers did when they found Fiona, a white poodle, hiding in a storage area trash pile. After gaining her trust, the two rescued the pooch and shaved off all of her fur before giving her bath. She had the worst flea infestation they’d ever seen. Speaking of seeing, they brought Fiona to Dr. Michael Chang who was able to restore vision in one eye. Taken blind from a pile of rubbish, Fiona is now living with vision…and with a family.

10. Fiona After

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Watch Fiona’s rescue by clicking here.
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11. Ricky And Ethel Before

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These two had a home until their owner died. With nobody to take care of them, they (and their brother, Fred) were sent to the streets to take care of each other. But they stayed close to the house waiting for their owner to come back. 18 months later, they were rescued. It’s tricky business capturing two dogs who don’t trust you! Both dogs resisted, but that’s because they didn’t know where they were heading…to better times.

12. Fred, Ricky, And Ethel After

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Watch their strategic rescue here.
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13. Julia Before

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When a text of a wolf wandering the LA streets reached Hope For Paws, Hagar was not deterred. He and his partner found the dog-wolf hybrid in bad shape. No word on the owner, and no wonder the dog warmed up to the rescuers when they gave her food and a name: Julia. After lots of love and tender care, as well as many therapeutic baths to heal her, Julia did something to warm the heart: she wagged her tail for the first time, and it’s caught on video (below).

14. Julia After

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Watch Julia’s rescue by clicking here.

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