Rescuers were driving along Highway 28 when they noticed a lost, disoriented puppy on the side of the road, inches away from speeding vehicles and danger. The puppy seems surprised by cars and trucks passing by. The rescuers tried to approach him quietly and slowly to prevent scaring him.
Any sudden movements may cause him to panic and run towards the busy road, which is the last thing they would want. Bit by bit, the puppy lets them get closer as time pass. After an hour, he finally let the rescuers touch him and even cuddle a bit. The puppy finally trusted them enough to get on their car and to the veterinary clinic.
During the ride, they noticed that the puppy has a lot of fleas and ticks. They got the vet to take care of the fleas and the Demodectic mange the puppy had. Demodectic mange is an infection caused by fleas and ticks. The poor puppy’s skin must have been super itchy and red from having too many fleas. With proper medication and a special bath, the adorable puppy is getting better and happier.
His rescuers even gave him baths and a bed so comfortable he won’t get up. The puppy rolls from his bed and pats his rescuer’s hand, and you can see how safe and grateful he must be feeling.
After a few days, the little furball is freely running in the backyard and playing with. The once lost, alone and disoriented puppy is now full of energy, adorable and playful. He is ready to explore the world with happiness, away from the dangerous, busy road.
Fram, as he is now called, has finally found loving parents and a forever home. He is brightening up his family’s days with care and love from the bottom of his heart.
Images courtesy of Howl Of A Dog