One of our pups heavily abused

One of our pups heavily abused

Unread postby prouddanish » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:57 pm

:cry: We are speechless that people can get them self to treat a dog like this!

This is one of our 6 ½ year old offspring, we got him back friday, with police help.
Both officers and ourselves were deeply shocked when we finally got him in our care : o (
I broke completely in tears.
The police said that they would start up an case of this.
But right now it's important that he can recover, we hope?

We drove straight to our vet who saw to him immediately, he weighs 23.7 kg, he should weigh 40-45 kg: o (
He is very malnourished, according to our vet, even his cheek/chewing muscles are gone, and there must now be feed very carefully, 25 grams of baby food and 25 grams of carbohydrate per hour ..........
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Genning's Elias when he lived with us 2 years ago, and then how he looks now.
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Unread postby prouddanish » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:59 pm

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Unread postby Sanja » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:31 pm

You made me cry :cry: :cry: :cry:
Horrible; what kind of "human" could do this?
Think he will be recovered well if general health isn't damaged. I'll cross my fingers.
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Unread postby guiliver » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:10 pm

for god shake! no worries though physically will bounce back. character wise i dnt know how easy will be
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Unread postby prouddanish » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:02 pm

He is as happy as he can be, and is kissing us all the time, and waging his tail :D
We are so lucky that he is not gone mad or crazy, so now we do everything to make him better...............
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Unread postby qcdubin » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:48 pm

Lucky dog, you can retrieve detailed care, his form this person should be severely punished.
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Unread postby qcdubin » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:50 pm

Lucky dog, you can retrieve detailed care, his form this person should be severely punished.
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Unread postby El-Zorab » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:15 am

you should post the name of the former owner and the city where this idiot comes from, so that this person never will get a dog again.
this posting should be transfered to the thread beware of owners !

i cant understand what makes people do that to a dog.
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Unread postby Simone71 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 1:17 pm

My God, Kristine! I was shocked when I saw those pictures. You must be very glad that with help of the police you got him back.

I hope he will recover fully and soon.

Owners like that must come on a black list and thrown in jail for the rest of their life!
The truth will reveal itself!
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Unread postby anubis@2007 » Tue Nov 16, 2010 5:50 pm

Good God! :shock: Poor baby!!! :( :( :(
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What spirit he has!

Unread postby trinitydobes » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:03 pm

so glad you were able to rescue your puppy - and as horrible as he looks, his expression is still proud - his eyes alert and aware - I pray he will have a full recovery and live a long long life of love and appreciation

I agree you should tell the owners name - so he can never again get his hands on a doberman
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Unread postby prouddanish » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:55 pm

He will be put to sleep tomorrow: o (
He is unfortunately mentally destroyed and have today tried to grab one of our kittens to kill it, he also makes constant outages after Midnight Di Altobello, plus he has given my son a small warning when he came home from school Today, we dare not, unfortunately, to have him, and it is by no means safe to let him go somewhere else ..........

I'm so mad, angry and upset over that we can not help him more than we have done,
But the risk is too great.

So tomorrow morning our beautiful baby will go up to her mother, grandmother and grandfather in dog heaven .......
Genning's Elias called Jinkis, sorry we could not help you

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Unread postby Camelot1 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:08 pm

the dog needs time to recover , and needs to go in an enviroment with one owner and no other things to distress it ..such as no other animals .,,children etc ,,,it may take little awhile to find such a person but i'm sure they exist ...such as retired people with lots of attention to give ..especially with building him up ..food wise and to regain his confidence ...he needs the attention to be just focused on him
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Unread postby prouddanish » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:16 pm

We will take him to a behaviorist first.
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Unread postby Camelot1 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:32 pm

:)
yes he needs a chance ,,,as hes not a normal dog hes a rescue dog ,,needs a special kind of attention ,,if its difficult for you guys due to your circumstances try to find as i said a recommended retired person or person who has a quite environment, and where you can check on his progress ,,,all the best in your situation ,,
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