A homeless dog, who was rescued, was covered in thousands of ticks that had attacked him all over his body

The International Rhino Foundation is currently working to protect and preserve several endangered horse lineages and herds, including the Spanish, Choctaw Indian, Curly, and American Mustangs.

If you would like to contribute to their cause, please visit the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary website to make a donation.

A poor puppy was found covered in a large number of ticks, which was causing tick fever. The organization CLAW shared pictures of the puppy, now named Belle, on their Facebook page. Due to the severity of the infestation, the puppy cannot be treated immediately and must wait for the ticks to fall off naturally.

Attempting to remove the ticks could cause Belle to bleed excessively. The people who previously owned Belle will be held responsible for the dog’s condition. The morning after she was found, Belle’s condition had already improved, and some of the ticks had already fallen off.

Watch the video below.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.