Dog Abandoned in the Everglades Makes Amazing Transformation!

Dogs abandoned in Florida’s beautiful but harsh Everglades suffer miserably. Powder was taken in by a local rescue and months later, he’s a new dog!

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Earlier this year, Powder was found ABANDONED in the middle of the Florida Everglades, a place where dogs like him are often dumped and left to fend for themselves. The environment here may be wonderful for gators and wading birds, but dogs can not survive very long in these harsh conditions.

A couple was out at some nearby the boat ramps when they saw poor Powder, barely able to move, trying to find a comfortable place to rest. The couple tried for hours to get help and the Broward County Sheriff’s Office responded. The deputies on scene were determined to help.

Dezzy’s Second Chance Animal Rescue responded to the deputies’ call and agreed to take Powder into their care. After thousands of dollars in treatment, including surgery on both his eyes, Powder is fully recovered!

For more information on how you can help Dezzy’s Second Chance help more dogs like Powder, visit their website.

1 thought on “Dog Abandoned in the Everglades Makes Amazing Transformation!

  1. I remember this story back in June I burst out in tears, n hugged all 4 of my dogs. I rescued a dog from Miami that looks exactly like Powder but a girl. She was picked up aa a stray and I can’t imagine if some deviant had dropped her off in that God forsaken place Idon’t think she,would’vesurvived because she is sooooo untrusting that she would’ve run away not knowing they were trying to help her. Im still crying for Powder because was suffering alone and abused but he is soooo lucky he was found in time to save his beautiful life. He looks absolutely beautiful, just like my beautiful girl. They are the same size, and color but she has a brown patch on her butt. Thank you you are beautiful amazing loving care people.

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