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CARE – Little Things Make a Big Difference

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I met this sweet looking pup exactly four weeks back. But it was kept in a carton box. When we took it out of the box, this guy was not able to walk. His front legs were bent.

This should give you a better idea –

Though his legs had problem, this little pup was so happy to see us that he wanted to play with us. As soon as we kept him on the floor, it tried hard to move. It had to drag it self with great difficulty to move. Moreover he was hurting himself on the front legs because he was dragging himself. Otherwise he was very healthy. We decided to put some stuff on his leg to make it straight and the next week I took a piece of 0.75 inch thick pipe. We though it will not be hard, hence will not hurt the little pup.

The next week I got the pipe. We figured out it’s a little small to get on his legs. So I spit it vertically thinking we’ll wrap it on the leg and will tie it. But then we had to drop the idea of using the pipe, as it will block air circulation and can have severely bad effect on the flesh.

We decided we’ll use wooden splinters and will tie them on the leg. The next day splinters were tied using bandage and just one week later I came to know it has shown a tremendous improvement and has started walking properly – on his own 🙂 I was very happy. I was not able to go there and meet him that Sunday.

But I went to see him today. He was running all over the place. Within two weeks of time he has recovered almost 90%.

He is such a lovely pup. Now able to roam freely on his own, can enjoy the freedom, if he survives the challenges posed by us – the people.

A little care, taken by the staff of Krupa Animal NGO, who took care of this little puppy has changed his life forever.

Please remember to do insignificant looking things small things and you’ll see a huge impact.

“Until there is None, Adopt One, so Don’t shop ADOPT “


Written by Sushil Katre

October 24, 2010 at 11:40 PM

Posted in Animals and Birds, Dogs

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  1. Puppy was lucky to have found you, or should I say you finding him. Thank goodness he is ok now. Happy to know nice people like you exist in this cruel world. Wish you a lovely week ahead. Smile always.


    October 25, 2010 at 10:09 AM

    • Thanks for your kind words. Puppy was indeed lucky. But it was lucky to find Krupa Animal NGO, where the staff came up with this idea and took care of the puppy…

      Sushil Katre

      October 25, 2010 at 7:14 PM

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