Welcome to ThreeTn, we hope you like this article. Skiatook Paws & Claws Animal Rescue says that in Collinsville, Oklahoma area, Phoenix has been foraging for food for quite a while. But people just stood back instead of getting him the help he needed. Somebody finally stepped forward and called the agency of rescue. The dog was identified and they pledged for support.
Saddening! The saddest thing of all was that once somebody’s dog was Phoenix, but they didn’t care for him and that’s the result.
The rescue group shared from KOTV- News On 6:
“PHOENIX WILL RISE: These pictures are tough to look at… but don’t turn away. The wonderful folks with Skiatook Paws & Claws Animal Rescue have been working to rescue this poor baby for days in the Collinsville area… and they finally have him!
Phoenix has been wagging his tail and giving kisses while getting the care he needs and deserves.”
Which exactly happened to Phoenix is still unclear. He’s going to be scarred always, inside and out, but one day he’s going to make a wonderful addition to a loving family once he’s good enough.
Phoenix has been in high spirits ever since the day he was saved. He is always wagging his tail. He has no human violence or intimidation. He’s a good dog. And once again, he has no idea that a lot of people will find his appearance hideous. He’s just a dog that wants a better life to live.
We are so glad that the rescue group has stepped up and saved his life! Interestingly, the rescue group published this for anyone wondering about the quality of life of this doggy-warrior. Isn’t he unbelievable? Check at all the wags in the ears!
Here’s the second video of Phoenix playing earlier today. He is loving the attention and is eager to interact. Look at that tail just waggin’! You can read our full update about how he’s doing on the pinned post on our Facebook page.
Pubblicato da Family Animal Medicine – Owasso, OK su Domenica 10 novembre 2019
Here is an update from the rescue group:
Hey guys! Just a little update about me!
“I went into surgery today and they took several biopsies of my skin lesions to try to figure out exactly what’s going on. My doctors say I most likely have an autoimmune disease, but they aren’t sure which one yet. I was neutered and chipped today at the same time so I’m officially a SPACAR dog!
I am doing GREAT after surgery thanks to the amazing doctors at FAM! Stay tuned for more updates!
We recognize that our first reaction is to look away because we believe that Phoenix is suffering, but we reassure you again that he is not suffering. Yes, his medical team now believes that his condition is due to serious autoimmune disease. Should we neglect him if a child suffered like this and look away? NO! NO!
The video below was not created by the rescue group, but they shared it on their Facebook page and thanked Animal TV for doing so. We give all our prayers to Phoenix! Lovely boy, here’s a good life!