A badly neglected dog, dubbed Charlie, was found living in a small crate, behind an abandoned house in Georgia. When animal control officers with Lifeline Animal Project found him, they discovered that he was covered in urine and feces. Charlie was struggling to walk because the pads of his feet were so raw.
What happened next
The animal control officers wanted to relieve Charlie’s suffering as soon as possible. According to Lifeline Animal Project, a hose was found and the filth was washed away from Charlie’s body before he was transported to the animal shelter.
The neglected dog today
Charlie was provided with the tender loving care that he so desperately needed. Charlie has been cleaned up, and vetted, and today he is available for adoption! Charlie’s biography reads:
Charlie never met a person he didn’t love. He has the whole body wag down pat. He loves, loves his chew toys and likes to carry around a security blanket. He is looking for a forever home where he will feel safe and loved. He is a loyal, loving boy.
Inquiries for Charlie should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Avondale, GA
Video showing Charlie’s transformation
When our Animal Control Officers found Charlie, he was living in a small crate behind an abandoned home. He was covered in urine and feces and was having trouble walking because the pads of his feet were raw. Our Animal Control Officers didn't want to wait until they got to the shelter to clean him due to his condition, so they borrowed a hose and cleaned him in the streets.After some much-needed vet care and TLC, Charlie has blossomed into a happy, healthy pup ready for his forever family. Could you be Charlie's hero? Email email@example.com for more information.Can't adopt right now? Support homeless animals like Charlie with a donation today >>> LifeLineAnimal.org/donate
Posted by LifeLine Animal Project on Friday, May 25, 2018
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