Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Sad Dog In Landfill Has His Whole Life Changed From This Human.

For Carson and her team, choosing which dog to save is extremely difficult, but they can’t save them all.

Under the circumstances, they often choose puppies because they’re young and don’t have the means to survive on their own. But they also take in older dogs who seem to be struggling with their living accommodations at the landfill.

For Carson and her team, choosing which dog to save is extremely difficult, but they can’t save them all.

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Kratos, who was approximately 8 years old, became the ideal candidate for rescuing from the landfill.

The cold weather had approached, and it became necessary to get him out of there fast. A local rescuer from Turkey named Gokce Erdogan feared Kratos wouldn’t make it. So, he reached out to Carson and asked her to take him.

Kratos, who was approximately 8 years old, became the ideal candidate for rescuing from the landfill.

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Carson and her fellow rescuers arranged to take Kratos to a vet, but first they had to retrieve him.

Fortunately, he was friendly and cooperative. But he was also abnormally thin and weak due to lack of food. He was starving, too. And yet, despite his condition, Kratos’ prognosis wasn’t as grim as it seemed.

Carson and her fellow rescuers arranged to take Kratos to a vet, but first they had to retrieve him.

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Kratos did have an eye infection and mange, but he was easily treated for these and for dehydration.

Carson was shocked when the blood work came back. Despite the dog’s horrible predicament, Kratos was in decent health. He just needed some food in his belly, and a couple of hugs and snuggles from some loving humans.

Kratos did have an eye infection and mange, but he was easily treated for these and for dehydration.

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Afterwards, Carson got Kratos into a rescue facility in Bursa, Turkey, which is run by Emre Demir.

Demir was happy to provide Kratos with a doghouse, some food and fresh water. He also gave him medical care just like the other dogs who call this rescue their home. Now Kratos is happy, healthy, and very happy to be alive.

Afterwards, Carson got Kratos into a rescue facility in Bursa, Turkey, which is run by Emre Demir.

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Source: The Dodo

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