This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

A dog had plastic wire wrapped so tightly around her neck, that it cut into the flesh. It may have been tied up months ago, very possibly when she was a puppy, and with time the wire slowly cut through her skin.

Fortunately, the good people over at the Animal Aid Unlimited rescue center received a call about the dog and rushed to the scene.

Slowly, they managed to gain the dog’s trust. After giving her sedation, the rescuers prepared to remove the plastic embedded in the dog’s neck.

The operation was successful and, three weeks of treatment later, spayed and vaccinated, the dog emerged 100 percent healed and happy!

1. A dog had plastic wire wrapped so tightly around her neck, that it cut into the flesh.

This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

2. Fortunately, the good people over at the Animal Aid Unlimited rescue center received a call about the dog and rushed to the scene.

This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

3. After giving her sedation, the rescuers prepared to remove the plastic embedded in the dog’s neck.

This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

4. Slowly, they removed the wire that was strangling the canine.

This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

5. Three weeks of treatment later, spayed and vaccinated, the dog emerged 100 percent healed and happy!

This Dog Was Slowly Strangling On A Wire Wrapped So Tightly Around Her Neck That It Cut Through The Flesh. Fortunately, Rescuers Arrived Before It Was Too Late.

Source: Animal Aid Unlimited.

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