Dog dyed bright red is rescued by an animal shelter

Animal activists were alarmed after finding the dog in the street with a man who lived in a refugee camp in the city of Schimatari, in Greece.

Real life Clifford! The dog dyed bright red is rescued by an animal shelter after it was bought by a man in Greece because he liked the color

  • Activists were alarmed after finding the dog with a man in a refugee camp
  • He said he had paid 150 euros (£ 135) for the animal because he would like the color
  • The veterinarians confirmed that the color was dye for the hair and that it had not caused skin ailments
  • Nicknamed Scarlet, the dog was taken by the animal shelter and adopted

Khaleda Rahman for Mailonline

A dog dyed a bright red and sold to a man who bought the animal because he liked the color & # 39; It has been rescued by an animal shelter.

The animal activists were alarmed after finding the dog in the street with a man who lived in a refugee camp in the city of Schimatari, in Greece.

He told them that he had paid the previous owner of the dog 150 euros (£ 135) for the animal because he liked the color, which made the animal look remarkably like the children's book and the television character Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Animal activists were alarmed after finding the dog in the street with a man who lived in a refugee camp in the city of Schimatari, in Greece.

Animal activists were alarmed after finding the dog in the street with a man who lived in a refugee camp in the city of Schimatari, in Greece.

The former owner of the dog bought it from vendors in Omonia in Athens.

But the activists worried that the red dye might be harmful to the dog, nicknamed Scarlet.

The veterinarians confirmed that it was hair dye and that Scarlett did not seem to have any skin problem for that.

The man in Greece said he had paid the previous owner of the dog 150 euros (£ 135) for the animal because he would like the color

The activists were concerned that the red dye could be harmful to the dog, nicknamed Scarlet

The activists were concerned that the red dye could be harmful to the dog, nicknamed Scarlet

The activists were concerned that the red dye could be harmful to the dog, nicknamed Scarlet

The veterinarians confirmed that it was dye for the hair and that Scarlett did not seem to be suffering any skin ailment for that reason

The veterinarians confirmed that it was dye for the hair and that Scarlett did not seem to be suffering any skin ailment for that reason

The veterinarians confirmed that it was dye for the hair and that Scarlett did not seem to be suffering any skin ailment for that reason

She was taken by the animal shelter, who cleaned it and found a new home.

Although its fur is not completely free of dye, the color has faded considerably.

Her new owner reported that Scarlet is living a happy life and shared photos that show the true skin color of the pet.

Her new owner reported that Scarlet is living a happy life and shared photos that show the true skin color of the pet

Her new owner reported that Scarlet is living a happy life and shared photos that show the true skin color of the pet

Her new owner reported that Scarlet is living a happy life and shared photos that show the true skin color of the pet

She was taken by the animal shelter, who cleaned her fur and found her in a new home

She was taken by the animal shelter, who cleaned her fur and found her in a new home

She was taken by the animal shelter, who cleaned her fur and found her in a new home

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