They Spotted A Lonely Dog In The Rain, But His Fur Was Hiding An Awful Secret.
Like any other pets, dogs are a bag full of joy. They always stay by our side and love us unconditionally. All they expect in return is love from us too. But sadly, we sometimes fail to do so. Many dogs are lucky enough to be a part of a loving family in the initial stages of their lives, but there are some who have to go through various hardships before they get what they deserve. Canines are not only adorable but also a steady pillar in our lives. But it doesn’t seem that they are getting the TLC they deserve considering the horrible conditions some find themselves in. Some of them are abused, abandoned and tortured for no good reason at all.
One day, a stray dog was spotted by the side of the road and it was soaking wet from the rain.
Dogs deserve a home where they are loved and cherished. But this was not the case with a golden retriever. He was made to feel like some unwanted baggage and that’s why he ran away. It was a rainy day when Blaine Hale along with his friend noticed a dog, probably a stray dog, fully soaked in rain by the side of the road.
Blaine couldn’t leave the dog behind so he called for him.
He saw the dog sitting in the middle of a flood on the east side of Atlanta. He was sitting by a mailbox in the rain and looked pathetic. Blaine couldn’t just pass by and leave the dog there. So he decided to pull over and call the canine. The dog immediately responded and walked over to him wagging his tail.
It turns out that the dog had escaped from an owner who was suffering from animal hoarding.
He looked incredibly undernourished and was not wearing a tag. It was then that Blaine decided to dig a little deeper into the dog’s story. He found out that the dog had been in the woods for over 3 months because he escaped from an animal hoarder.
Blaine decided to take the canine home and give him a new name.
He named the dog "Bran" as he found the canine on Brannen Street. Once Bran entered the house, he rushed to the bathroom to take a bath and clean himself up.
It became clear that Blaine would have to take Bran to the vet for a check-up, but he had no idea what awaited him.
Getting Bran all cleaned up was quite a tough task. The next morning, Blaine took Bran to the veterinarian. Bran was underweight at just 25 lbs; he was neither chipped nor tagged and was infested with all kinds of worms. After their visit to the vet, the poor dog was completely exhausted and slept for 3 weeks straight.
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