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Stray Wraps Himself Around Woman So She Won’t Leave Him In Horrid Place

Written by: Julie Hunt
Julie Hunt is an avid dog lover and writer for, and has a background as a veterinary technician. She rescued a beautiful former bait dog named Rory.Read more
| Published on September 19, 2023

A homeless dog was found drinking dirty water and eating garbage to survive. When two kind-hearted people approached the dog, the Samoyed wisely followed, seeming to understand that the rescuers were there to help. The dog eagerly brought over an empty can to charm them with his upbeat attitude. In spite of everything he had been through, he was so happy! He ran over to hug one of the rescuers, showing his gratitude and desire for a loving home.


Despite being dirty and infested with fleas and bugs, the Samoyed was gentle and kind to people. The rescuer put a collar on the dog, signifying that he now had a home. To facilitate examination and treatment, all of the dog’s hair was shaved off.


The poor dog was unable to eat or sleep, and the rescuers suspected something was wrong. Test results revealed that the dog’s stomach was full of bones, which needed to be digested slowly. The Samoyed was given medication to help with the digestion process, and he gradually began to recover.

During his recovery, the dog learned how to howl like a wolf and even playfully opened his mouth to ‘scare’ the doctors, much to the embarrassment of his rescuer. When the dog finally had a bowel movement, the rescuer screamed with joy, knowing that the Samoyed could now eat normal food and continue to heal.


After forty days of treatment, the dog was officially discharged from the hospital, still as lively as ever. He said goodbye to his friends at the hospital and was given a bath before being taken outside to play. The wandering Samoyed, now a smiling angel, has begun a new life filled with happiness and love.

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