The girl saved the dog with purple marks on her head, and the veterinarian said what they mean | Wikipet.ru
The doctor’s suggestion was an unexpected discovery.
In April last year, a post about a rescued puppy appeared on social networks. A 3-month-old baby, without hair, but with a strange purple dye, was taken to a shelter.
A girl named Neda read the information about the puppy and realized that she had to pick up the dog. She was sure that the puppy could not survive in the shelter.
It was clear that the puppy had eczema, he suffered from scabies. But what kind of purple spots on his face?
“At first I thought it was spray paint that the kids spray. A friend suggested that the puppy was marked: they wanted to use it as bait ... ”, said Ned.
And the veterinarian after the examination said: purple labels are a medicine that is used on farms to treat infections in animals. Apparently, they wanted to cure the puppy. But this was also only an assumption.
No one so confidently said what kind of marks.
And the puppy was called Prince. And he began a new life.
The dog was bathed many times to wash off the purple spots from its face and head. Color did not want to succumb to either water or soap. They forgot about the problem when, finally, the hair grew back.
Scabies was also difficult to treat. According to the veterinarian, this was one of the most difficult cases in his practice.
After two months of treatment and a life of warmth and care, the Prince changed: he grew up, got stronger, became happier.
And in June, Neda found another puppy, a copy of the Prince. And with the same symptoms of scabies.
Neda decided to help the sister of her beloved pet. Prince and Cleo are happy to play and play pranks together. They also give double happiness to their mistress.