This poor soul was found on the streets of Mexicali. I didn’t know what happened to him but I know he needs help ASAP. I picked him up and took him to the emergency vet in Mexicali. “Phoenix” was currently bleeding from the head and the doctor was trying to calm the swelling there. He had eyes, but the severe swelling on his face caused them to close. Phoenix’s head started to swell again today.
Phoenix could get up and move around but he could only walk very lightly. Phoenix still takes painkillers as well as antibiotics. Yesterday’s blood test results showed Phoenix had liver damage. We hope that Phoenix will be stable enough to go to the Farm on Thursday Good news! Phoenix was feeling better today! The swelling was decreasing in Phoenix’s head and he had a great appetite.
He was tolerating his medications well and seems comfortable. Welcome Phoenix to My Ranch. Phoenix went to the vet this afternoon. Phoenix was taking a new antibiotic this medicine would continue to destroy the infection he was carrying. In just a few days, the swelling on his head had subsided I hope that it won’t recur, but of course I’ll keep an eye on him. Phoenix had met new friends and he loves them so much! because he understood that no one hurt him.
Now a lot of the swelling on Phoenix’s face has disappeared and the scabs have also peeled off. I’m so proud of Phoenix! To some, it may seem that the Phoenix was just an ordinary dog. but to me he is an extraordinary dog he showed me the will to survive, as well as the power of forgiveness.
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