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“He Was Eating Rocks & Dirt” – Stunning Transformation of Rescued Poodle-Mix Who Still Needs a Home

Written by: Justin Palmer
Justin Palmer is a Certified Pet Food Nutrition Specialist and co-founder of Inspired by his rescued husky, Splash, he dedicated himself to learning about extending both the length and quality of her life. Splash lived and thrived until 18 years old, and now Justin is on a mission to share what he learned with other dog owners.Read more
| Published on March 27, 2024

In Las Vegas, a two-year-old poodle mix named Blythe was given a second chance at life by the Animal Angels Rescue Foundation after being discovered alone and in poor condition at Charleston and Rainbow boulevards.

Reegan Tabor, a member of the foundation, noted Blythe as the third similar case in recent months, with his condition upon discovery being particularly distressing: severely dehydrated, teeth ground down from eating stones, rocks, and dirt, leading to exposed nerves and roots.

Initially, his gender was indiscernible until further examination post-rescue. Despite his dire state, marked by sores and severe itching, there’s optimism for Blythe’s recovery.

He’s slated for neutering and an extensive dental procedure to restore his oral health. Tabor is hopeful about Blythe’s future, emphasizing his resilience and adaptability to new surroundings. 

Watch his full story below and contact ANIMAL ANGELS RESCUE FOUNDATION if you are interested in adopting him. Please also consider donating here.

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