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Crunchy

Name: Crunchy
Breed: Mix
Gender: Female
Age: ca 5 years and 2 months
Neutered/Spayed: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
DCC dog since: 3 years and 11 months
Description:

Poor Crunchy was only three months old when she was admitted to the Dog Care Clinic after a horrific accident. Her front leg was broken but she was not yet fit enough for a surgery.

The leg was first put in splint and we nursed Crunchy up with much love. More than once we had to fight for her life.

But after three months of intensive care Crunchy was able to undergo the amputation. As a disabled dog, however, she has hardly any value in Sri Lanka - especially as a female brown dog she has no chance to get adopted through the rehome program.

Since our constant lack of space we eventually put Crunchy in our DCC 50+ program - the social adoption scheme for people and animals. Here, Crunchy has found a loving home with needy elders who receive a monthly pension by the DCC in return for taking care of the dog. Likewise, men and dog are well taken care of. 

We check all our DCC 50+ dogs monthly with unannounced visits and like this, we can ensure a happy life without chains.

But all of this needs to be funded and especially our diasabled dogs heavily rely on the support of kind sponsors!

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Crunchy is sponsored by:

Natalie & Marco Patscheider
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Rachana Jacob

Description:

Poor Crunchy was only three months old when she was admitted to the Dog Care Clinic after a horrific accident. Her front leg was broken but she was not yet fit enough for a surgery.

The leg was first put in splint and we nursed Crunchy up with much love. More than once we had to fight for her life.

But after three months of intensive care Crunchy was able to undergo the amputation. As a disabled dog, however, she has hardly any value in Sri Lanka - especially as a female brown dog she has no chance to get adopted through the rehome program.

Since our constant lack of space we eventually put Crunchy in our DCC 50+ program - the social adoption scheme for people and animals. Here, Crunchy has found a loving home with needy elders who receive a monthly pension by the DCC in return for taking care of the dog. Likewise, men and dog are well taken care of. 

We check all our DCC 50+ dogs monthly with unannounced visits and like this, we can ensure a happy life without chains.

But all of this needs to be funded and especially our diasabled dogs heavily rely on the support of kind sponsors!