Bo Ai Animal Protection Centre Of Guangyuan
Our founder, Du Yufeng, received a call about a dog who had a wound on it's head and leg.
When Du saw this poor little puppy it was worse than she thought. Apart from the open wound on her head and an injury on her shoulder, her front leg was ripped open exposing muscle and broken bone.
She was led, curled up in a ball, trying to hide while in excruciating pain.
Doctor Li has treated her and now she has been hospitalised to monitor her leg and pain. Now that her pain is controlled she is eating well but this rescue has affected us a lot.
A baby; with such a lot of pain in such a short life and although we don't like to ask you so close to the holidays, if you can donate even a small amount towards her vet bills we would really appreciate it. We don't know how long she will be in hospital for.
No amount is too small.
Xiao Hei, the little pup who we rescued with the ripped open front leg and head and shoulder wounds has been having her wounds regularly cleaned by the vet nurses to help them heal.
Our founder Du Yufeng has been visiting her regularly to help her feel loved and to reassure her.
There wasn't enough skin to stitch the leg wound so, as it needs to be kept very clean, hospitalisation is the best thing for her at the moment.
We are really sorry to ask again but as you know vet bills don't come cheap and especially because she can't come home yet: hospital stays are expensive
Please, if you can donate; NO amount is too small. Every donation helps Xiao Hei to recover.
Xiao Hei, the little dog with the ripped front leg is healing so well. Du thinks her face makes her look like a little fox
She now has flashes of white in her black fur where the wounds on her shoulder and head were.
She's such a little cutie and still only a baby.
Thank you for your donations to pay for her treatment and hospital stay. She's still in hospital until her leg wound is properly recovered so if you are able to spare a small donation to pay for her stay we would really appreciate it
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