The Dog That Was Starved And Thrown From The Car Was Finally Rescued With A Second Chance At Life.

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All Violet ever wanted was to be a good dog so her family would love her. But despite her loving heart and sweet personality, Violet’s family treated her ‘cr.u.e.lly’ and with no regard for her safety, wellbeing or feelings.
Recently! A stranger travelling down the Clinton road was shocked to see a large dog being flung out through the window of a car like an empty soda cup.
Immediately they stopped and rushed to help ‘Violet’ who was then brought to Prince George’s County Animal Control.
Violet was handed over to Mutts Matter Rescue who wanted to do everything they could to help the poor, abused pup.
When in close contact Not only did Violet fall from her car, but she was incredibly thin and obviously mistreat for a long time.
The considerate care of medical staff.
We’re heart broke for Violet and we couldn’t help but start crying when we met the poor pup for the first time and saw the terrible condition she was in.
We help, this pup reclaim her life and give her the love and care she’d been lacking for so long.
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Violet severe malnutrition, only weighed about 60 pounds, and was covered in nasty pressure sores which had to be cleaned and bandaged no it will lead to serious infection.
But despite all the trauma she’d suffered through, Violet hadn’t lost her faith in humanity.
We fed Violet eat a normal diet a day, and Violet slowly grew healthier and stronger.
She acted normally on her own and she gained enough energy to go on walks and play with her friends.
All her wounds quickly healed, and the dog’s weight has increased significantly.
Violet has gone from a ‘sc.a.red’ and ‘hea.rtbro.ken’ skeletal shell of a dog to a bright, loving and happy pup who loves her life and her family and has everything she needs to be safe and healthy.
The dog has finally got a new life, and just waiting for a loving family to come and love it
God bless them!
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