Living Off Scraps At A Garbage Dump, ‘Defeated’ Dog Yelped In Pain At Human Touch

Although his previous life is a mystery, he was discovered living at a garbage dump and eating rubbish to survive. His skin was severely infested with sarcoptic mange, resulting in significant hair loss and painful sores. He also had tick bites, anemia, and damaged eyes.

 

 

Image/Story Source Credit: Sidewalk Specials via YouTube Video

 

 

Because he hasn’t had human contact for so long, he is petrified of people. Volunteers from Sidewalk Specials came to his aid and were very tolerant with him.

 

 

Image/Story Source Credit: Sidewalk Specials via YouTube Video

 

 

 

When rescuers put a leash on him, Alexander howled, sobbed, and tried to run away, but he quieted down when he learned they were there to assist him. Alex’s trip to a new existence began right then.

 

 

 

Image/Story Source Credit: Sidewalk Specials via YouTube Video

 

 

 

Today, Alex appears to be a completely different dog. He was treated for his diseases and his fur returned to normal. He was even adopted by a wonderful family that pampers him with the finest attention and all of the love he’s always needed.

 

 

 

Image/Story Source Credit: Sidewalk Specials via YouTube Video

 

 

 

You’re going to LOVE the happy ending for Alex in the video below. Be sure to watch all the way until the end!

 

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