The rescue team rushed to receive a notification about the dog being in terrible condition, its fragile body looked so pitiful, it smelled and there were bugs swarming, because its wound was severe. But not handled properly and in a timely manner.
The rescue team brought him back to the station and then injected him with painkillers to make him feel more comfortable, in addition, they also sprinkled a white medicine to get rid of the flies, because the smell of the wound was so bad that the flies and mosquitoes swarmed. full around.
In order to best treat the wound, the rescue team was forced to inject the dog with sedatives, the terrible wound was treated carefully, the dog was taken to a place to rest.
The next day, when he woke up, he seemed to be in less pain and was able to eat a lot. The nurses still had to check his wound daily and change the gauze to prevent infection and worsening.
After a period of active treatment, the dog almost completely recovered, sociable and hyperactive. Although he lost an ear, his face seems to be more relaxed because there are still wonderful people who have helped him.