A Touching Story: A Kind-Hearted Guy Saves a Malnourished and Flea-Ridden Canine Found on the Highway


I would like to tell you the story of Dharma and how heartbreaking it was for me. It all began when a kind-hearted man came upon a small puppy that was abandoned on the side of the road. This poor critter had fleas and dirt all over its body, appeared starved, was unable to move, and was quite feeble.

A young dog named Dharma had suffered greatly and had given up hope before being saved by RRSA India. Despite having fleas and filth all over its fur, the puppy was fortunate to not have any fractures when it was examined by a veterinarian. Unfortunately, Dharma was unable to walk normally due to an anomaly in one of his limbs. A combination of factors, including trauma, accidents, and heredity, forced him to drag himself from place to place. Dharma clearly need long-term care in order to heal. The poor puppy was in continual discomfort and had to stay in the hospital for treatment. He was afraid of the water at first, but he eventually warmed up to it.

The puppy was cute and deserving of love and care despite his sandy and unclean appearance. Dharma, on the other hand, endured pain and first medical attention but yet stood strong. Still, when he arrived at the shelter, he needed assistance with food.

Dharma's rehabilitation included frequent prescriptions for medication and nutrients. In spite of all the challenges he encountered, he showed incredible bravery while receiving treatment. Even though it took him a few weeks to learn how to stand by himself, he was happy to be in a calm place. Dharma continued to be unable to walk, although he improved over time with daily therapy sessions.

Every day he felt more and more confident and physically healthy because to the availability of good medication, loving foster care, and the encouragement of many people.

We would like to offer our sincere gratitude to everyone who contributed to his safety and happiness and ensured a great future for him.


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