From Hopeless Mange to Awesome Recovery

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When Animal Aid Unlimited rescued Mable from the streets of India, they didn’t think the dog would make it. She was emaciated, dehydrated and suffered from extreme mange. However, after four days of IV fluids, two months of medicated baths and nutritional food, Mabel made a miraculously recovery.

40 thoughts on “From Hopeless Mange to Awesome Recovery”

  1. It is so incredibly irritating to want to watch a video but it has an advertisement from Google plastered across it and there’s an ‘x’ at the top right corner and there is absolutely nothing that you can do to remove that large eyesore from the video. Really, really wanted to watch the video. Tried going to Youtube through the icon at the lower right side and that, too, would not respond. I was stuck with this stupid advertisement plastered across the screen so I gave up watching it. Was that the intended effect that the person writing this article wanted? Too bad. What a wasted post.

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    • Sure there is – just click the X in the top right-hand corner and the ad goes away. I hate these ads, but that’s what you get in today’s society.

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  2. The mange is scabies in people. Dog really looked better. It looked as if the whole area contained animals with the mange. I wouldn’t bathe a dog with the mange without gloved and a long sleeve shirt. I would bet there are employees with scabies.

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  3. Well at least in this country they worked to get the dog well, in this country we would have put the dog down and not given the dog a chance for life.
    I have to give credit where credit is due, they worked hard to get her well and did a good job. I just hope that the dog will find a loving home and not end up on someone dinner table.

    Thank you for getting her well otherwise

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