A cute dog recently made its way into the hearts of people on social media after multiple rescue organizations posted about it. A kind-hearted woman happened to capture a snapshot of the adorable canine and shared it on her Facebook page, causing it to gain widespread attention.
We have a pet dog who belongs to the amstaff breed. Unfortunately, he is immobile and can only manage to stand up. The reason behind his condition is unknown, but it’s possible that he may have been shot before because we found him in a wooded area.
What a lovely pup! His tail is always wagging and he’s so adorable. It seems like his previous owner had his ears cropped, but unfortunately they must have abandoned him afterwards.
Meet Alphonzo, the poor guy with a tumor on his leg. The x-rays reveal the unpleasant truth, causing him great discomfort with a horribly disfigured and smelly limb. No wonder he’s in such agony.
The vet will conduct further examinations, including blood tests, a chest x-ray, and a CT scan, to determine if there are any metastases. It is highly likely that his leg will need to be amputated.
He just can’t stop wagging his tail and showering people with kisses. Plus, his healthy appetite is a great sign of his well-being.
After conducting a chest x-ray, it was found out that there are no metastases! The patient is currently being administered with an IV drip and will undergo leg amputation. While the blood work indicated that he is anemic, it is still imperative to proceed with the leg amputation without delay as waiting another day is not an option.
After undergoing a difficult and time-consuming surgery, Alphonzo had to have one of his front legs amputated and a large 6-kilo tumor removed. Despite the intense procedure, he was able to pull through and left the clinic just four days later. He truly is a fighter and we are confident that he will continue to thrive. Alphonzo is currently under the care of Merima who is a trained veterinary nurse and is receiving proper nutrition and vitamins to address his anemia.
After a tough operation, he made it through and is set to enjoy a normal and joyful existence! We wish for him to eventually discover a forever home with someone who will cherish him just as much as they do themselves.
One month has passed and Alphonzo is doing wonderfully. His wound is healing nicely and there are no issues to report. Alphonzo has a lovable personality and gets along well with people, children, and dogs. Surprisingly, he doesn’t mind cats at all!
he will be eligible to participate. This program aims to control the population of stray animals and prevent them from reproducing. Once he goes through the procedure, he will no longer be able to have puppies or contribute to the overpopulation problem.
I’m keeping my fingers crossed that this adorable kid will be swept off their feet by someone who will give them a loving home. They’re grateful for your help, as well as the care provided by Meri and Franjo, who are doing an amazing job taking care of them!