Witnessing a helpless puppy left behind, crying and struggling to stand up, was truly heart-wrenching. It brought tears to the eyes of all those present, who couldn’t help but feel deep sorrow for the poor creature.
Just an ordinary day at the pet store, until one of our customers spotted something peculiar outside. A little pup was crying out in pain and couldn’t seem to move around on its own. We were unsure of what had caused this, but it was evident that the dog needed immediate attention and care.
As soon as we noticed the puppy’s distress, we hurriedly brought him indoors to check on him. He was whimpering and shaking, obviously afraid and in pain. Despite our efforts to soothe him, it was clear that he required more extensive care than what we could provide. Consequently, we made the decision to take him to the veterinary clinic for a thorough examination.
It was a relief to hear from the vet that our beloved pet did not have a bone fracture. However, there was still a concern about a possible spinal cord injury affecting his nerves. To help with Lucky’s discomfort and inflammation in the spinal cord, the veterinarian prescribed medication. Unfortunately, Lucky cried out in pain and was still unable to stand after taking the medicine.
As we became worried about Lucky’s condition, we opted for an X-ray to pinpoint the cause of his discomfort. Though no fractures were detected, the veterinarian informed us that his spinal cord was damaged, which explained the excruciating pain he was experiencing. To alleviate his suffering, the vet administered medication to reduce inflammation and ease the pain. As a cherished member of our family, Lucky showed incredible resilience and determination as he gradually regained some mobility and tried to eat and lift his head independently. We were fortunate that he had a healthy appetite and was always cooperative during his recovery.
We had no clue why Lucky’s injection had caused an abscess that was now infected, and a festering wound. Although his mobility was still affected, he was doing great in terms of eating and taking his meds on schedule. However, the abscess continued to discharge pus, so we had to cleanse it every day.
As time went by, Lucky’s recovery showed significant progress. He regained the use of all his legs and was even able to bathe himself. The abscess had dried up and began to heal, allowing him to walk once again. Witnessing Lucky run for the first time since his injury filled us with immense joy. His journey was nothing short of a miracle, and we felt privileged to have been a part of it. We knew then that he belonged with us forever and decided to adopt him into our family.
Our beloved dog, Lucky, is now living a blissful and healthy life with us. We have welcomed him into our home and hearts forever. Today, we brought him to the veterinary clinic for his vaccination, but he got scared of the needles and accidentally peed in his crate. Nevertheless, Lucky remains to be our precious little miracle, and we feel fortunate to have him in our lives, even with his fears.