Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Pup With Deformity Was Slated For Death, Until A Loving Human Said "No Way."

A dog doesn’t care whether you are rich or poor, a man or a woman, old or young. They simply want to give and receive love. Raising a pet is no easy work. It goes beyond the cuddles and playing fetch. It requires time and patience to train them to be an indoor animal.

Additionally, there are costs involved beyond buying food. Depending on the breed, some canines require more grooming than others. Furthermore, dental and overall health check-ups are essential in keeping the animal in tip top shape.

Casper is a gorgeous Siberian husky.

Sadly, he was born with swimmer syndrome. A condition that makes it impossible for him to stand or walk.

Casper is a gorgeous Siberian husky.

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Casper’s breeder was initially shocked when he realized the pup was unresponsive.

The breeder decided to euthanize Casper as it appeared the animal was going to be a financial burden.

Casper’s breeder was initially shocked when he realized the pup was unresponsive.

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The date for Casper to be put down was already set.

Coastal German Shepherd Rescue contacted Gina, an acuscope biotechnician, to let her know of the breeder's plan. Gina immediately took Casper to the vet. The prognosis broke her heart but she was determined to help the pup. In addition to having swimmer's syndrome, Casper also had a weak heart. The only silver lining to the whole situation was that the doctor mentioned that Casper might walk in about three months or so if everything went as planned. The chances of that happening were very little.

The date for Casper to be put down was already set.

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She took him home and began working with the fluffy puppy.

Initially, she thought he was deaf as he was very quiet. The first night, she cleaned him, wrapped him in a soft T-shirt. She placed him on the bed and slept beside him. Gina was doubtful Casper would make it through the night.

She took him home and began working with the fluffy puppy.

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The next morning, Gina woke up to the voices of Casper making some serious puppy barks. At this point, she was sure Casper would be ok.

Casper was walking by the second day he was home. Within 10 days, Casper was moving around without his wraps. Proof to never give up on life.

The next morning, Gina woke up to the voices of Casper making some serious puppy barks. At this point, she was sure Casper would be ok.

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