Monsters Abused, Neglected And Left This Rare Dog Breed To Die Alone

The Ibizan Hound is one of the world’s most unique dogs. Dogs found in Egypt around 3400 BC resemble the Ibizan Hound. Many believe that the dogs were taken to the island of Ibiza and other islands off the coast of Spain around 700-900 BC.

They have a long, lean body with a narrow muzzle and were originally bred to hunt cats, rabbits, and rodents, according to dogbreedinfo.com.

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Often called “Beezers” they are playful, polite, and quiet dogs. It is said that the dogs will even blush when they get excited. They are fast learners and very trainable. Some people have no respect for the great history and majesty of these animals.

In 2013, Queen, an Ibizan Hound that was owned by some hunters. She did what they wanted. When she became too sick to hunt for them – they just left her in a field to die.

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When they found Queen, she couldn’t stand up. She was rushed to an animal clinic, and they began treatment. It didn’t take them long to realize the hunters had practically worked Queen to death.

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Queen was in the last stages of a neurological disorder that causes weakness and pain. The disorder can be brought on by deficiencies in nutrition or other disorders. Despite her predicament, Queen was in good spirits and was very hungry. The group called “Let’s Adopt” took over her care.

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Two clinics before had suggested euthanasia. Let’s Adopt wasn’t willing to give up that easily. Despite their best efforts, Queen passed on February 10 2013.

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For Every View Of This Video A Pound Of Dog Food Will Be Donated To Shelters! YES!

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SoulPancake has teamed with Puppy Chow to release their new #PowerofPuppies video and help raise pet food donations for shelter dogs in need. For each video view, Purina will donate one pound of Puppy Chow Natural to Rescue Bank (up to 500,000 pounds).

The campaign continues to be extremely successful with continuous and on-going shares across all social media platforms.

Please watch and share the adorable video, you will be glad you did. Seriously, it’s so cute!

Please watch and share the adorable video, you will be glad you did. Seriously, it’s so cute!

It Looks Like He’s Just Taking His Dog For A Walk, But When You Look Closely…OMG!

Dogs are family – and we all know that as dog owners.

But what happens if your dog is left unable to move one day – are you just going to abandon it?

We should all learn from Craig, who tried to ease his best friend’s pain by being there for him till the very end.

A man named Craig and his dog Loois are shown enjoying their daily walk. What you didn’t know is that Loois is paraplegic, in which his legs and lower body are both left permanently paralyzed due to an unfortunate incident. Instead of abandoning him, Craig decided to invent a useful hip pad to ease Loois’s movements – which only costs $35 to make

Alright, the thing is, this guy has the coolest dog, named Loois. Loois is a pit bull who obviously is the light of Craig’s life because he brings so much sunshine into it. However, there is something else that you need to know.

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A while back, Loois had to go through a surgical procedure and during the operation, things took a turn for the worse. The nice doggie became a paraplegic, but Craig just isn’t the sort of person who gives up on a pet that he adores so much. So, he decided to get a little creative!

When you listen to him describing the love that he has for Loois and the good times they’ve spent with one another, it’s easy to tell that he doesn’t have one single regret at all for adopting Loois and keeping him, even after his unfortunate accident.

As a matter of fact, it’s as though Loois provides Craig with some extraordinary inner strength. When it comes to Loois’s handicap, any other solution would have cost him over $200, but this clever fellow has come up with a device that cost a mere $35. That’s a pretty good deal!

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I truly salute these two – what a pair they make!

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Abused Pit Bull puppies comfort each other in emergency vet waiting room!

Chase, Haagen Dazs, and Klondike are 4-month-old Pit Bull puppies who have spent most of those short lives very, very sick.

So much so that their former owner — Brenda Bullock, of Washington, D.C. — has been charged with three counts of animal cruelty for not getting them treated.

Lisa LaFontaine, president and CEO of the Washington Humane Society/Washington Animal Rescue League said:

By the age of four months, Chase and his two siblings had experienced more suffering than any living being should be subjected to in a lifetime. Cruelty to animals in any form can never be tolerated and the people of our community should know that we will relentlessly pursue those that commit these crimes.

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When the dogs were given up to animal control officers in mid-April, they were brought to an emergency veterinarian for checkups, and documentation relating to a law enforcement investigation.

 

All three dogs were found to be suffering from severe mange — a preventable, treatable condition.

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Chase was worse than the others. On top of the mange, his skin was badly infected, he was emaciated, had low blood sugar, low body temperature, and low blood protein. He was anemic and couldn’t walk without help.

“Chase was initially given a poor prognosis for survival, as the anemia and skin infections resulted in the puppy becoming septic

It was required a full blood transfusion to treat,” WHS/WARL said in a news release.

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Things have vastly improved for this crew in the weeks since. Haagen Dazs has been adopted, and Klondike is in a foster home.

WHS/WARL spokesperson Matt Williams tells BarkPost “they have mostly recovered.”

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Chase is on the mend, as well. (With a lot of expensive assistance — the vet bills for Chase and his siblings are more than $9,000 so far. Here’s where to contribute, if you’d like to help.)

He was in the hospital for 12 days. Now Chase is in a foster home with folks who have experience helping very sick puppies — so that hopefully he will have a good, long life, making these first terrible months seem like a blip, an anomaly.

And that broken little body of his is trying so hard to get better.

Says Williams:

Chase is still recovering and will be for some time due to a compromised immune system. This will be a long recovery process but he is in good hands.

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Young Shepherd Surrendered To High Kill Shelter With His Favorite Toys, Cries Before He Sleeps

It took a little over two months for Jordy’s family to decide once and for all that they didn’t want to make him a part of their lives anymore.

And so on one sunny, California afternoon, they rounded up all his toys, some food, and his favorite blanket, and surrendered him to the Carson Animal Shepherd in Gardena, California.

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Jordy, who is barely 2-months-old, was confused by the stunning betrayal that quite literally sent shockwaves to his small frame. According to my source at the shelter, he immediately shut down emotionally, lifting his tiny head only to eat occasionally and sip small gulps of water to temporarily distract him from the pain of rejection.

Unfortunately for Jordy, the stakes couldn’t be anymore higher than they are. That’s because if he doesn’t find a home within the coming weeks, he could be put down to free up valuable kennel space, as the Carson Animal Shelter grapples with overcrowding and limited resources.

A Petharbor listing for the young pup reads,

“MY NAME IS JORDY AND I AM DESCRIBED AS A MALE, BLACK AND TAN GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG. THE SHELTER THINKS I AM ABOUT 9 WEEKS OLD.”

At his age, Jordy should not be crying himself to sleep every night. He should be out in a field playing somewhere enjoying all the hugs and kisses from doting parents who care deeply for him. Instead, he makes a cold concrete slab, and some chewed up toys as his only solace from the pain.

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this precious pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Los Angeles County Animal Control – Carson at (310) 523-9566 and reference the shelter ID #A5041776.

Additionally, please share this story on Facebook or Twitter, so we are closer to finding Jordy a new home.

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