Our founder Du Yufeng received a call from a student at the middle school telling her that a little pregnant dog that wandered around the campus area looking for food had been hit by a car and had miscarried a foetus near to the school. Du arrived to help the dog and asked the security guard whose dog it was. The guard told her that the dog gives birth every year. He told Du that he had never seen a master come to find her.
One of the students had put the dog near to the door of the conference building outside the school and covered her with a blanket to keep her warm.
Du took the dog to Doctor Li who checked the dog over. The little dog had some contractions while at the hospital and passed the afterbirth and other foetuses. With no more puppies inside her she was discharged although her abdomen was swollen so she has been prescribed a course of antibiotics to clear any infection.
Once home, Du cleaned the dog's back end and shaved off the blood stained fur so that it's easier for Du to clean the blood away and less stressful for the dog who will continue to bleed for a little while and will be monitored closely.
Du has also given her painkillers and attached her to an intravenous drip to get fluids in to her.
It seems there are too many car drivers who aren't looking where they are going, who just drive into dogs and cats and don't care that they are left behind sick, injured or worse!
This little dog will now get better and once her condition is stable she will be spayed.
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