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Badly Injured Stray Poodle Bites Rescuer But She Refuses to Giνe Uρ

A seriously injured dog is highly suspicious of people and difficult to secure. Following that, the dog began to show unconditional devotion to the rescue group members who did not flinch when bitten.

HOPE FOR PAWS, a Los Angeles-based animal rescue group, went to the site early in the morning after getting a call about a critically injured stray dog.

“I discovered a white dog near where I heard the caller. The blanket with the American flag pattern is designed to be used as a bed.”
“When I approached the barking dog gently while tossing food at it, I saw that part of its rear limb was missing.”
It responds to food, but it becomes terrified and gradually disappears into the jungle.


If someone moves, he would flee in terror, so Loreta, a protective member, chose to sit down and wait calmly. There is no impatience here.

“After 45 minutes, I was finally able to get food directly from my hand. Then I snatched him by the nape of his neck!”

Perilous path. Loreta appears to have been gently bitten multiple times, yet she never lets go. The camera afterwards displays a row of bite marks on the finger. It was painful…

“I shouted, bit, struggled, but everything is OK now. I gave him the name Washington “.

Despite his critical leg injuries, Washington remained upbeat on the way to the hospital.


He wags his tail even while lying on an examination table at the hospital! When something positive happens, it appears like the entire body is happy.


“I shave my head, take a shower, and then leave it fluffy. I lost the tip of my foot, but the remainder of my foot was saved.”


When he sees the protection members, Washington smiles from body to ear.

Washington was sent to a temporary custody facility after being discharged from the hospital to wait his foster parents.

Watch the video to see how she interacts with the other shelter dogs and bonds with Loreta!