The Way This Dog Cried Broke The Rescuers’ Hearts

Published on 03/08/2021
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Seeing any animal in distress can be a heartbreaking experience. Instead of giving them the attention they deserve, many people tend to neglect animals so much as a sight like this is not an uncommon one. This is the cruel reality faced by the animals, put in predicaments where they almost have no chance of getting out of it, so rescuers do their utmost to meet the animals’ challenges. It may be heart-wrenching for them to see the animals in such a situation, but they know that their hard work will eventually pay off. To help rehabilitate stray animals, rescue organizations such as Hope For Paws coordinate with the locals. When they got a call about a shepherd puppy mix, they rushed over to help.

It Was Cowering Beneath a Car

When the call was received by the animal rescue agency called Hope For Paws, it was a rainy morning. The call was about a stray dog whose breed was a mixed German shepherd. According to the caller, the poor dog was all alone, hidden under a car, making sure that any human being would escape at all costs.

It Was Cowering Beneath a Car

It Was Cowering Beneath a Car

They had no idea what the dog was doing and why it was there, but they knew they had to save the dog. No matter how serious the problem is and even if the animal in question is not tamed or obedient. At any rate, they are prioritized more.

Try To Lure The Dog Out

Two group members immediately went out and, upon receiving the call, headed to the scene location. The names of those who went there are Eldad Hagar and Loreta Frankonyte. Eldad Hagar founded the Hope For Paws organization, and its mission is to rescue and assist animals in dire need of help across the area.

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Try To Lure The Dog Out

Eldad started to feel like a burden on the main organization in which he volunteers and decided that it was high time for him to take responsibility for his own fundraising. Eldad was thinking for a few hours about a new rescue organization’s name and came up with Hope For Paws.

Avoiding Contact With Humans

The poor dog used the large van to ensure that in no way could she be approached by humans. It was apparent to the organization members that this poor dog simply did not want to come out or have any interest in meeting them. She just stayed where she was.

Avoiding Contact With Humans

Avoiding Contact With Humans

Then Loreta took a risk to get closer to the puppy, showing her that she has food she is willing to give her. She baited her food to come out of her hiding place. Needless to say, it was of no use at all. She didn’t move an inch from where she was hiding.

Proceed With Caution

Loreto wanted to be sure that she had no means of scaring the dog, so she went on carefully to make sure that the dog didn’t want to run away from her. They wanted to help this dog badly, but they had to make sure that the dog wasn’t abusive first.

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Proceed With Caution

A serious behavior problem may arise when a dog growls, snaps, or bites regularly. Aggression is one of the main reasons why dog owners seek help from an expert dog trainer or behaviorist for animals. And not only are larger dogs and so-called “dangerous breeds” vulnerable to aggression, but any breed can also become aggressive under the right circumstances.

No, Thank You

When Loreta began to approach the dog and got closer to her, the large but frightened dog started to sob in the same way that a human would. The dog was clearly scared. They don’t know what happened to this dog, but it was certainly not a good one. How unfortunate!

No, Thank You

No, Thank You

The dog looked abandoned and was absolutely afraid of humans. It seems like she couldn’t even bear to get close to anyone at all. What exactly happened to this poor animal? Who would even do this horrible thing? Is it even possible for the dog to recover from what happened?

Never Heard Something Like It

The pair said in the video that we thought she was hurt at first, but she cried because she was so frightened.” As if that was not enough evidence of the unusual scream, the title of the video is “Homeless German Shepherd cries like a person! I was never aware of such a thing!!!’.

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Never Heard Something Like It

In the video, we could see that the dog was terrified of the people surrounding her and how the rescuers are trying their best to gain her trust. They did everything they could, but the dog was still there where they found her. They couldn’t imagine what she went through to become like this.

Slowly But Surely

While the dog did not initially consider the cheeseburger offered to her, it eventually started to sob a little less and left Loreta vulnerable. Even though she was still weeping a little, the dog later accepted the cheeseburger offered to her, but the fact that she calmed down slowly meant that things were going well.

Slowly But Surely

Slowly But Surely

However, it was not, in any case, easy for them to do. They had to be careful and alert every time to see if the dog was already trusting them. And it was the most heartbreaking thing that happened to them. How could this dog get hurt by anyone?

Mystery Dog

None of them knew the place of origin of the dog or what its history was. They had some questions that went through their minds. Would it suddenly strike out of fear? Or would the dog unexpectedly become violent? If that actually occurs, how would they approach the dog to be calm?

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Mystery Dog

While their goal is to save any animal in the area that needs help, they also have to ensure their own protection before attempting to save the animals, and the same thing applies in this case.

Taking Baby Steps

Loreta made sure she handled a terrified animal like this very carefully and slowly took it because she didn’t know what would happen. She had to take her time with her because this dog was huge in size, and there is a huge risk that the scared dog would act rashly out of fear.

Taking Baby Steps

Taking Baby Steps

Dealing with these situations can be overwhelming, but you and your pet can make this transitional period easier with patience and hard work. Trying to ensure your pet can adapt to a healthy and happy life with a new family starts with a solid relationship built on a strong trust foundation.

Capturing

While they had to find a way to make the dog come to them, they had to make sure they were protected in the meantime. Various animal groups use different methods to help them catch any animal they need to capture in a much safer and easier way.

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Capturing

The device they have used has a long rope with a loop on its end that will be used to trap the dog by gently wrapping it around the dog’s neck. But make sure you are doing it right, or you might accidentally hurt this dog and break her trust.

Attack Mode

Dogs usually attack humans in most cases when they get too close, especially when they feel they are being threatened or when they are scared. Out of fear, dogs tend to act like this because it is the only behavior they know about so that if danger arrives, they can protect themselves.

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Attack Mode

Also, most dogs are afraid of men because men are just scarier than women. The vast majority of shelter workers are female, meaning many shelter dogs just don’t get much exposure to men. That might also be the reason why the rescuers decided to send Loreta in the first place.

Bribery

Well, oh, but! Loreta was packed as she had taken a cheeseburger with her. She used this food to lure the dog from her hiding place as a type of bait, much as a fisher would use bait to draw fish from it. Now the question was, did Loreta plan to work with this dog?

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Bribery

The fact that they feel your energy is one of the greatest things about dogs. They feel when you’re happy when you’re sad or angry. Emotions shouldn’t be seen as behavior. You don’t treat them the same way. That’s why it’s best if you show them that you’re a trusted person.

Not Interested In Her Cheeseburger

However, something odd happened; instead of getting the cheeseburger given to her, the terrified dog just backed away and went back under the car to hide from them. In most cases, an animal’s appetite and need for food will triumph over their fear, but this time it doesn’t seem like that is the case.

Not Interested In Her Cheeseburger

Not Interested In Her Cheeseburger

If the dog’s body language shows fear, then back off and work at your interactions slowly. Be sure that the animal is never pushed into an uncomfortable situation. The animal will take the lead, and you will be approached by your pet when he or she is ready.

Scared & Wary

This dog must have been so frightened of humans that she wanted to hide under the vehicle and set aside her hunger instead of consuming the food offered to her. Loreta was very shocked by how the dog reacted to her generous offer! If we were the ones being offered food, we would have grabbed the cheeseburger immediately!

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Scared & Wary

Treat the dog with kindness and respect, regardless of what happens. You want to be calm, and if he makes a mistake, you want to show him that it’s not okay without raising your voice. You are fighting a war with months or years of abuse.

Much Longer Than They Expected

Their rescue mission would have been much easier and would have been much simpler if only the dog had been a little safer. While Eldad and Loreta wouldn’t give up on the dog as they tried to win her over slowly, the pair were determined. Bringing her out of the place where she is hiding is out of the question for them.

Much Longer Than They Expected

Much Longer Than They Expected

Rescue dogs do not readily trust humans. There is a strong chance that the first one is going to be you. It’s impossible to get that trust that a dog can give you without calmness and respect. You want to know what he’s afraid of, what you’ve got to avoid, and what the rescuers can tell you about what makes his life easier.

Trying To Help

To get the dog out of the field, Loreta attempted to place the lasso around the dog’s neck, but after seeing how the dog reacted, she quickly let her go. It was clear to them that the dog was afraid of all that was happening at the time.

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Trying To Help

Whether due to personality or difficult or harmful situations, fearful animals need extra care to help them adapt to anyone. And it can greatly help them identify what causes a negative or fearful reaction on the other side of the coin and work on alleviating these tensions.

She Ran

By the time Loreto had let the dog out of the Lasso, the dog had run away quickly. Loreta didn’t want to scare the dog any more than she already did. Loreta knew that she would have to develop an entirely new strategy if she managed to capture the puppy.

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She Ran

They really had to carefully prepare their next move to make this rescue mission a success. The problem is that dogs need space. They need it to feel free and happy. Unfortunately, the rescue dog most likely never had a lot of space. Many are kept in cages and, until they are rescued, some do not even see sunlight.

Looking For A Safe Spot

The German Shepherd mix may have thought that the safest positions for her to be in would be between the two buildings next to the car she was under before. Eldad acted quickly and brought a net to surround the containers.

Looking For A Safe Spot

Looking For A Safe Spot

Safety is of paramount importance when dealing with a rescued dog. She needs to feel safe. Before you can train her and even get her to eat, she needs to feel safe. This safety comes from having her own space, which she will feel safe at any point of day or night.

Bringing Her To Safety

They knew that the dog would have to come out sooner or later eventually, and once they had done so, Eldad and Loreta would be waiting to take her to a safe location. This raises the question of how long it would take for them to catch this dog. Do we wonder?

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Bringing Her To Safety

The two of them cleared their daytime schedules as they wanted to make sure they had all the time needed to save this poor dog. This shows how much sympathy they have for this dog and how much they’re willing to do for her.

There For The Long Run

Eldad guarded one of the exits, while Loreto protected the other. Eldad used his phone to document the whole process as they sought to win over the terrified dog by talking to her. They were filled with determination, no matter how long it would take them, as they wanted to help this puppy.

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There For The Long Run

It doesn’t take much to comfort a scared dog. Sometimes it’s just a few words, and you’re getting closer. You need to notice when the dog is afraid. Again, you need to be attentive and consider what the dog does and how he reacts. It’s not that hard to figure out that a dog is afraid.

She Continued To Whine And Cry

The dog wouldn’t stop crying, but she slowed down and eventually started listening to Loreta, who kindly begged the dog to come with them. They said it was heartbreaking to hear the dog sob in such a way that it killed them! Oh, this had them almost in tears!

She Continued To Whine And Cry

She Continued To Whine And Cry

We think about dogs protecting us, but with rescue dogs, we need to protect them first. As you can see, dealing with rescue dogs is a lot like dealing with babies, and similar rules apply. Just like babies, rescue dogs have to feel that you are there for them.

Getting Calm

The dog’s ears were down, which was a good indication that the dog was afraid of all that was going on. The pair gave the dog as much time as she needed to calm down, and after waiting for a while, it started to look like the dog was less nervous than she was before.

Getting Calm

Getting Calm

You want to prove to the dog that you will protect him from harm to establish that trust you want. This does not mean you have to do something extraordinary. When you see that the dog is afraid of something that feels uncomfortable, all you really have to do is stay calm and react appropriately.

Cowering

Loreta was able to get the gentle snare around her neck when she settled down a bit. Loreta was delighted to eventually get the scared dog, even though the dog was still quite jittery. Now all was left to do was get her safely to the vet.

Cowering

Cowering

Always see what your dog’s doing. Step in between him and the person/dog that disturbs him if you see that he is uncomfortable. This is more than enough for the dog to prove that you are going to protect him. Similarly, when you see a dog waking up agitated by a bad dream, go to him slowly and show him you’re around.

Coaxed Out

Slowly and softly, the two began to ease the dog from trying their best not to frighten her further than she had already been. She shifted very slowly. Eldad and Loreta were very patient, allowing the dog enough time to move at her own speed, making sure she didn’t feel rushed.

Coaxed Out

Coaxed Out

Building trust is like dating. You learn what the other person loves, and you try to do more of it. Getting a rescue dog to trust you is largely based on the dog is comfortable performing actions with you. As time passes, the rescue dog starts to loosen up and decides to trust you!

Encouraging Her

Through them, the two wanted to make the dog feel comfortable and make sure she reassured the dog to the best of her ability so she could calm down. Animals are also not always the violent creatures that we think of as often as they can also be sensitive, particularly when they have been through a traumatic series of events.

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Encouraging Her

We have this image of dogs coming to us when we appear, even if we’re strangers. Many do that because they’re comfortable around humans. Bad people never hurt them. A rescue dog doesn’t have this trust, so it shouldn’t be surprising to notice that you’ll call the dog for hours, and he won’t come with his tail wiggling and a smile on his face.

Coaxing Her Out Of There

The rescuers decided to name this cute dog ”Storm” because they found her by herself on that particular rainy morning. The dog may have kept her tail tucked between her legs all the time, but they were able to make some improvement, at least on how the dog was behaving.

Coaxing Her Out Of There

Coaxing Her Out Of There

You’ve surely figured out by now that you want to be patient and calm. Call your dog, and when he does not come over, do not feel bad. Just stay calm and make sure you have a delicious treat ready to show him he’s done a good thing, and you have his best interest in mind when you see he’s coming.

Tucked Tail

Finally, their persistence paid off when they were able to get Rain out of between the cabins, but the truth remains, the dog was still afraid of anything going on around her. It was hard for her to stop weeping and shaking, her tail still tucked beneath her.

Tucked Tail

Tucked Tail

The rescue dog can come to you in many different ways. See what works and what doesn’t. Just make sure you only take steps that don’t bother the dog. He’ll come over when he feels comfortable. Until then, all you can do is keep calling and showing your undeniable love.

Finally Making Progress

Eldad then added another gentle leash for her own safety, as slow as he could, and started to caress her softly on the top of her head to let her know that she was safe with them. Eventually, it seemed that the terrified dog embraced their gentle pet sand to reach the enclosure.

Finally Making Progress

Finally Making Progress

When meeting new people or other dogs, rescued dogs will react differently than you might expect. That is why we need to reinforce the idea of you being around at all times. Needless to say, you’re going to need at least a leash.

Still Afraid

Given that they were slowly moving and taking their time, Rain still seemed very scared and confused. Rain would yelp in a panic every so often and threaten to run away while weeping when Loreta and Eldad thought she was already calming down.

Still Afraid

Still Afraid

As we have already said, you want to make the dog feel wanted and safe, but you’re going to have to go to work, and there are moments when you simply can’t spend time with the little one. Be sure that you supervise the process and that when things become uncomfortable, you step in.

Apprehensive

Rain allowed Eldad to pet her softly, which was a huge advance compared to how she behaved on the subject before because when they first met, she did not allow either of them to get close to her. Rain had allowed the couple to take her to their car, but she was still a little wary and apprehensive.

Apprehensive

Apprehensive

In certain circumstances, many dogs will have one or two fears and may become aggressive. Abused dogs tend to be scared of everything and maybe unpredictably aggressive. On top of working with a dog trainer, these dogs may need medication to become more comfortable in the world.

Uneasy

Rain cooperated hesitantly as they slowly made their way to the ambulance. However, the fact remains that her body language clearly illustrated that she was still uncomfortable with the situation. She kept getting jumpy and yelping, as she may have feared that the rescuers might hurt her.

Uneasy

Uneasy

Consider also the fact that some dogs are just naturally more timid than others, so if you’ve been your dog’s only owner since they were a puppy, that doesn’t mean that if they show any of these signs, you have somehow neglected them.

Reluctant

Eventually, they got to the cage where Rain was put in, so they could take her to where they would take her. They had to take her to the vet to have her checked and make sure she wasn’t injured or ill. Not to mention, she was still in bad need of a nice bath.

Reluctant

Reluctant

The dog will feel that you are excited when you get close to them. Normally, the reaction is to jump on you with the dog, but the flight or fight instinct is activated with the rescue dog. You’re a stranger, and for a long time, people have been hurting them.

Seeing A Friendly Face

Carey Linnell was the one who called the rescuers in the first place. She was there in the enclosure, waiting, holding it open. Rain did not enter the enclosure when she saw her, but she slid right under Carey’s arms, snuggling up to her.

Seeing A Friendly Face

Seeing A Friendly Face

Extra clingy dogs can have or may develop serious separation anxiety to the point that they whine, howl, become destructive, or urinate or defecate in the house as soon as you leave. They might have had an unstable puppyhood if your dog insists on clinging to your side at all times, even when you need to use the restroom.

Familiar Face

It was as if Rain knew Carey well enough as it seemed like she had absolute confidence in her. She let Carey pet her with no problem. Rain even went to Carey on her own, as if she had known all along that Carey had been the one who asked for her support.

Familiar Face

Familiar Face

There are several methods to deal with separation anxiety that a trainer can help you with, and when you have to leave the house, a comfort cuddler can help soothe your dog. Remember that some rescue dogs are so abused, afraid, and damaged that you will have to sacrifice a lot.

Help However They Could

It seemed as if Rain was trying to express her gratitude to Carey by the looks of it. This was a beautiful sight to see for every one of them and all around the city. Carey, Loreta, and Eldad did not lose confidence all the time. They tried to support Rain so badly in every way they could.

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Help However They Could

Separation anxiety is exactly what you think it is, and it’s a real problem with rescue dogs. As we’ve already said, you want the dog to feel wanted and safe, but you’re going to have to go to work, and there are times when you just can’t spend time with the little one.

They Couldn’t Believe It.

I guess. Rain wanted to make sure it was all going to go well. After this, everyone was left in shock, as they were surprised to see Rain happily entering the cage herself! The three rescuers all found it difficult to believe they were making such fast progress with this puppy!

They Couldn't Believe It

They Couldn’t Believe It.

There are many ways in which you can make your rescue dog come to you in various ways. See what works and what doesn’t work. Just make sure that you only take steps that do not make the dog feel uncomfortable. He will come over when he feels comfortable.

Getting In The Cage

They were shocked to see Rain’s willingness so easily to enter the cage on her own. It also seemed like Rain was much more relaxed inside the cage, almost as though she was better in rooms that were a little smaller. There was no question that it was delightful to see that, no matter what excuse she may have or what made her go in, she was calming down a little.

Getting In The Cage

Getting In The Cage

People do not know how to help an abused dog stop feeling frightened in many cases. You need to understand that it will require a great deal of patience, time, and dedication. The reward, however, is really exceptional, as is the bond that is created between you and the dog.

Checking It Out

It was probably because of the soft pillows put on the bottom of the cage, or it may be because Rain saw Carey, but Rain made some progress with both Loreta and Eldad. She began sniffing around the box and looked at all the rescuers around her.

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Checking It Out

It may be a long journey, but you will restore the dog’s trust in humans with perseverance and support. They’ll move on from their fears and be lifelong friends. The bond you build with your dog will be unbreakable, and you’ll have the satisfaction of finally making your dog happy.

Calm

They were even more surprised when Rain hit the enclosure! It was the very moment that the rescuers had seen her at her most peaceful as she entered the cage. She had absolutely stopped crying and finally calmed down. It was hard for Loreta to believe that it was the same Rain she had tried to appeal to a few hours before.

Calm

Calm

But if you feel the situation has grown beyond your control and can’t train your fearful dog yourself, take them to a specialist who knows how to help abused dogs feel calm and trust again. A canine ethologist is the best kind of professional for this problem, and they can give you useful tips.

Almost Happy

Rain even smiled a little at this point and wagged her tail ever so slightly. It was like she was beginning to realize that she was getting help. Loreta and Eldad wondered in the past what might have been done to her to cause her so much human fear.

Almost Happy

Almost Happy

Without knowing anything about their past, you might have bought a rescue. To help them feel calm and comfortable again, it is important to recognize the symptoms of past traumatic experiences in dogs, allowing you to train them.

Curious

After carefully moving the cage into the vehicle, Rain appeared concerned. She looked at her surroundings, investigating exactly what was going on inside the cage; it seemed like she was much calmer. As long as she was inside the cage, Rain obviously realized she would not be harmed.

Curious

Curious

A scared dog doesn’t need much to comfort. Sometimes it only takes a few words, and you get close. However, you must notice when the dog is afraid. You must be careful again and take into account what the dog does and how it reacts.

Rain Got A Burger And A Bath

Finally, inside her cage, she got to eat her delicious cheeseburger and even wagged her tail a little more in response! She was safe now, and she was happy to go to the vet. She would get some TLC, enjoy her day at a doggie spa, and get more than enough cuddles for Loreta.

Rain Got A Burger And A Bath

Rain Got A Burger And A Bath

Formerly abused animals need stability and lots of care, and for some pet owners, it can be a high order. It’s a difficult, long process to help an animal overcome and heal from challenging circumstances. Still, it’s gratifying if you can and want to take the time and effort to look after an animal.

Becoming A New Dog

After being washed and checked, Rain was finally prepared to go into the next chapter of her life. Rain also needed a caring home, a warm home to stay with a family who would take care of her and keep her safe from harm, just like every other dog.

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Becoming A New Dog

They may suffer panic attacks and attempt to escape. All of this is the typical behavior of mistreated dogs. This is when the real work begins, and all the patience, perseverance, and love you can spare will be needed. Adopting an abused dog comes with a lot of work, but it is well worth it in the end.

She Enjoyed The Attention

Earlier that day, Rain was a dog scared of humans and kept pushing everyone away, but all it took was a bat hand a few cuddles to transform her into an entirely new dog who was very different from what she was they first met her. She probably knew that these people were not like the people she had met before and wouldn’t hurt her in any way.

She Enjoyed The Attention

She Enjoyed The Attention

In their new surroundings, your first act of kindness will be to make them comfortable. Remember, adopting an abused dog means beginning the process of rehabilitation. Their mistakes are not their own but are a consequence of their former owner. Bad habits can be broken and, with repetition, patience, perseverance, and love, new habits can be formed.

A New Dog

They wanted to give Rain her first spa treatment, and because it was obviously her first one, she clearly enjoyed every second of it. She let the suds stream down her nose and embraced her. “masseuse warm “‘s water and gentle hands. Once they had completed the session, she was about to look like a whole new puppy!

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A New Dog

Our objective is to lay out some simple steps to take if you want an abused dog to be adopted or adopted. We will walk through some of the rehabilitation processes and provide tips on the gentle and kind handling of undersocialized dogs so that the adoption can be successful.

Re-Learning The Ropes

In fact, they were even surprised as to how Rain reacted to what they did to her. They were certain that she used to be a pet of a loving family. While they could not find any chip on her, her actions still confirmed that she used to be with a family before.

Re Learning The Ropes

Re-Learning The Ropes

She once experienced what it was like to be in a loving family, and she would get to experience that once more! It is a long-term commitment requiring patience, perseverance, and a whole lotta love to adopt an abused dog that has suffered in a puppy mill, abusive home, or as part of a hoarding experience.

Getting Used To TLC

It was also clear that when someone was going to take care of her, Rain was also adjusting to how it felt. After all, none of the rescuers expected her to be a happy and trusting dog just hours after they met her. They’re still all shocked by how quickly it happened!

Getting Used To TLC

Getting Used To TLC

It can be extremely challenging but also a rewarding experience to take care of a previously abused rescue. Having patience and waiting for your new dog to overcome their fears at their own pace are the most important things to remember.

Cozying Up

Rain wanted nothing more than to rest, and after she was bathed and washed, Loretato cuddled her. In contrast to how they first met her, she immediately behaved like a totally different dog! With the time that Rain spent at the vet, she suddenly turned into a sweet and cuddly dog compared to the terrified and apprehensive dog she once was a few hours ago.

Cozying Up

Cozying Up

Most animals need more time to be able to trust again. However, Rain must have been thankful to Loreta and the other rescuers that she managed to open up quickly and easily! What’s more, being with them made her feel safe and assured that she went with them herself.

Transformed

It took Rain only a few hours, unexpectedly, to start adapting and relaxing. She changed into a totally different dog. All it took was a cheeseburger and a good medical wash for veterinarians. As soon as she felt healthy, Loreta could not believe how sweet the once-frightened rain had become.

Transformed

Transformed

It can make life easier and more predictable to work with your pet, which helps decrease her anxiety. When your pet appears worried or scared, she can sometimes allow you to intervene by getting her attention and redirecting her to more appropriate behaviors.

New Starts For Rain

For the lovely dog called Rain, the best is yet to come. After being rescued by Eldad and Loreta for two weeks, somebody asked about her. Will this be the much-anticipated opportunity for Rain to join once again a caring family of people who would take care of her and keep her safe?

New Starts For Rain

New Starts For Rain

Sadly, in some of these situations, love does not cure everything. These pets will need a lot of emotional support and management from their new owners if the mental and physical trauma is severe enough. There are no quick fixes. To develop a management and treatment plan to help owners work through the problems of their pets.

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