Incredible recovery from the dog that was buried alive on the beach of Hawaii and suffered from machine wounds
Incredible recovery from the dog buried alive was found on Hawaii beach with machete wounds, sunburn and 90% of its fur
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- & # 39; Leialoha & # 39; was buried in the sand on the beach of O & ahu in Hawaii found & # 39; incredibly swollen, burned and missing 90 percent of her fur & # 39;
- She had severe burns, wounds, severe anemia and was listless, according to PAWS Rescue Center of Hawaii, who helped the dog
- After her first bath, she bled out & # 39; every inch of her body & # 39 ;, said the center
- Because of & # 39; amazing & # 39; veterinary care and the love of her foster mother Amanda and donations from the community, Leialoha has made the fastest recovery we have yet to see & # 39;
Rescued a dog after being cut with a rusty knife and then buried alive on a beach in Hawaii, has made the fastest recovery rescuers have ever seen because new images of the now healthy dog have been revealed.
With the name & # 39; Leialoha & # 39 ;, what & # 39; loving child & # 39; means, the dog has recovered its pure white fur with brown spots after 90 percent was lost when it was found earlier this summer under the sand of O & ahu beach, incredibly swollen and burned.
Thanks to the & # 39; great & # 39; care of Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services, her foster mother & # 39; Amanda & # 39; and the & # 39; love care and donations from the community & # 39 ;, Leilaloha looks almost as if they are all smiling in snaps on the Facebook page of the PAWS shelter in Hawaii.
Leialoha (pictured above) is the image of health after being found buried alive this summer with machete cuts, swollen and severely burned on a beach in Hawaii
Leialoha the dog was discovered buried in the sand (left) after her front leg was hacked several times with a rusty machete to the left. She was rescued by PAWS of Hawaii and was taken in their care (right)
Leialoha (above) has & # 39; the fastest recovery we've seen so far & # 39 ;, reported its rescuers who posted images online of the now healthy dog
She was prepared to fly & # 39; forever to her home in Hawaii & # 39; i (big island) & # 39 ;, read the post.
Paws of Hawaii was pointed to the dog's cemetery by a good Samaritan who saw a man buried in the sand.
Slash marks on her front left leg led the rescue team to believe that a rusty machete was buried next to her to cut the animal.
In horrible photos & # 39; s you can see the dog with a red, rough skin and her head barely protrudes from the sand.
Photos posted online by PAWS from Hawaii, who rescued the seriously abused animal, show that her pure white fur and brown spots have returned after she lost 90 percent of it
Leialoha (above) remained & # 39; incredibly swollen, burned and missed 90 percent of her coat & # 39; after she was buried in the sand
Leialoha has now been with Temporary Foster Carer Amanda for two months, who has said she is starting to socialize with people again (right). She used to hide in her cage, apart from when she had to go to the toilet
Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services believed that they had a & # 39; severe skin disease and dehydration & # 39; had
After a public plea to find a foster carer for two months for the dog, good Samaritan offered to take Amanda to her.
& # 39; My heart was broken and I knew she needed us to help her & # 39 ;, Amanda wrote online.
Earlier, Amanda reported that after the dog's first bath, Leialoha & # 39; bleed from every inch of her body & # 39 ;. However, she has made enormous improvements in both her health and her self-confidence and soon had contact with people again. Before that, she only left her kennel to go to the toilet.
Now with her great recovery, PAWS of Hawaii hopes that the image of Leialoha on Bonfire shirts will help raise money for other dogs in need. Proceeds from sale will support the medical costs for dogs that are in & # 39; nasty conditions & # 39; come to the rescue, as Leialoha had done.
Cute Leialoha (above) shortly after he was rescued by the PAWS of Hawaii team. Her skin was still covered with sand and she missed 90 percent of her fur
PAWS of Hawaii was discovered on Tuesday at O & # 39; ahu beach (above), buried in the sand after a man cut her left front leg
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