Many people love the idea of getting a pet dog. For centuries, humans and dogs have developed a relationship that can only be described as pure friendship and love. There are also countless examples of dogs protecting their owners without hesitation. However, some people don’t deserve dogs and should be in prison for treating such amazing creatures with cruelty and neglect.
It’s also why when people see other people mistreat dogs, it often triggers some strong emotional responses. One particular Bulldog was the subject of incredible and unbelievable abuse and mistreatment. The Bulldog was crammed inside a tiny crate which left her paralyzed. Thankfully, she was rescued by an animal rescue organization and nursed back to health.
The Bulldog’s name is Sarah and she was crammed inside an animal crate that was too small for her. Sarah was dumped by someone outside the Almost Home No-Kill Shelter in Michigan. When the rescuers found Sarah, she was crying in pain. When the rescuers finally got the crate open, they were horrified by what they saw. There was no room for Sarah to move and she was also paralyzed from the waist down.
The veterinary staff saw that Sarah had a herniated disc, which was most likely caused by a savage beating or because she was stuffed in the crate for so long. Regardless of what caused it, Sarah was an abused dog and the rescuers were determined to give her the best life that they can give her. The workers at the shelter gave Sarah all the love that she can handle.
Despite all the atrocities that Sarah experienced from her previous owner, she still loves people and would shower her rescuers and the volunteers at the shelter with kisses and cuddles. Surgery was also performed on Sarah’s back, which would allow her to walk again. Hopefully, Sarah will find her loving forever home and that the people responsible for the horrific crime committed against Sarah get caught. Here’s a heartwarming video telling Sarah’s story and how she remained such a sweet and gentle dog despite her horrible past.
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