An owner of alittle 6-week old puppy brought her to an area vet and claimed that she was paralyzed. They didn’t want her and immediately signed the puppy over to the vet clinic to be euthanized and left. the small furball was on death house , and hope looked bleak.
However, the vet decided to try to to a couple of tests first to form sure that the puppy was indeed paralyzed and therefore the results gave the small furball hope. She wasn’t paralyzed but had a severe case of hypoglycemia. “Maybe they weren’t feeding her enough.” the vet told The Dodo.
After a couple of IV’s, the small pup stood on her own and began her journey to recovery. Within a couple of days, she was standing, walking and eating on her own.
The vet clinic had contacted a rescue group called Hand in Paw in California and therefore the founder Piper Wood agreed to worry for the small pup (now named Bella) until a forever home might be found.
A few weeks ago that forever home became a reality for Bella and for the primary time she showed her playful side.
Up until now , she has been timid and hasn’t had tons of confidence.
But when she was within the door, she started twiddling with numerous toys and eventually acting sort of a puppy. We wish Bella an extended happy life!