Poor image of a homeless dog abandoned in a cardboard box, hungry, sick, unable to move on its own (video)

It was just another day at the vet food shop, when one of the customers alerted us to something unusual outside. A puppy was left crying and unable to stand or walk. We had no idea what had happened to him before, but it was clear that something was wrong, and we had to help.

We immediately brought the puppy inside and checked him over. He was in a lot of pain and we could see that he was very frightened. We tried to calm him down, but it was clear that he needed more help than we could provide. So we decided to take him to the vet for further examination.

At the vet, we were relieved to hear that he had no bone break. However, the vet suspected that he was suffering from a spinal cord injury, which affected his nerves. The vet prescribed medication to help with the pain and inflammation in his spinal cord, but despite the medicine, Lucky continued to cry and couldn’t stand up.

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Worried about his condition, we decided to take Lucky for an X-ray. The vet informed us that he had no broken bones, but his spinal cord injury was causing him a lot of pain. The vet prescribed medication to help with the pain and inflammation in his spinal cord.

We named the puppy Lucky, and he quickly became a part of our family. He was a fighter and showed great progress every day. He tried to raise his head on his own and eat. Luckily, he had a good appetite and was cooperative.

We weren’t sure what had happened with his injection last time, but the injection site was abscessed and festering. Lucky was still unable to walk, but he was doing very well otherwise. He ate well and was very good at taking his medicine. The abscess was still oozing pus, so we needed to clean it every day.

As time went on, Lucky made more progress. He was able to move all his legs again and even took a bath. The abscess had dried up and showed signs of healing. Eventually, he was able to walk again.

It was a moment of pure joy when we saw Lucky run for the first time since his injury. Lucky was truly a survivor, and we were so grateful to have been a part of his journey. We knew that he was meant to be a part of our family forever, so we decided to adopt him.

Now, Lucky is a happy and healthy dog. He has a permanent home with us, and we love him more than anything. Today, we took him out for his vaccine, and he was so scared of the needles that he even peed in his cage. But despite his fear, Lucky will always be our little miracle, and we are so lucky to have him in our lives.

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