Many southern states are overrun with dogs as a result of insufficient spaying and neutering. Many shelters, however, euthanize dogs because they think it is the only option. But it is not the dogs’ fault that people are not responsible! As a result, they do not deserve to die in this terrible manner.
Robin, a dog, was about to be put down until he was rescued. He had the sweetest reaction when he learned he was safe! During his check-up, he expressed gratitude to the vet for giving him a second shot at life.
Robin was found as a stray and immediately taken up by a kill shelter. Because he had a leg injury, they didn’t even give him a fighting chance. Almost soon, the puppy was slated for euthanasia. In fact, he was only minutes away from being put down when several wonderful souls stepped in to rescue the day.
Robin’s rescuers transported him to Vet Ranch, where his injuries were checked. Doctors drugged him so that they could take comprehensive x-rays of him and examine some of his lumps more attentively. According to the vets, his leg looked good on the x-ray. It was simply bruised and not broken! While Robin was under anesthetic, the vets neutered him.
The nicest part of Robin’s vet appointment, though, was his reaction to everything. He softened a little instead of seeming bashful and terrified. He knew he was in good hands.
During his examination, Robin thanked the vet in the best way he knew how. While she was detailing his operations in a video, the pooch leaned in and gave her the warmest cuddles. It seemed as though he knew she was helping him avoid euthanasia. And he felt better than ever after seeing the vet!
“He hasn’t displayed any indications of lameness since we acquired him from the shelter,” stated one of the vets. “We are pleased to inform that he is now healthy and ready to be adopted.”
Robin had a difficult start in life, but he is no longer on the verge of death. Vets feel he’s young, so he’ll have a long and happy life with a forever family. It’s heartening to know that there are so many individuals eager to fight for dogs like him.