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Speranza

Name: Speranza
Breed: Mix
Gender: Female
Age: ca 3 years and 9 months
Neutered/Spayed: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
DCC dog since: 6 months
Description:

Speranza led a sad existence on a chain. Unfortunately, many dogs in Sri Lanka are chained up and locked in cages. These dogs rarely wear proper collars. Whatever can be found is tied around their neck. Serious injuries develop over time. That was what happened to Speranza. Caution: in the gallery we show clear pictures of the injury.

Speranza was lucky she was brought to us. Not only would she have suffocated miserably at some point, but she also tested positive for babesiosis - a disease that, if left untreated, is fatal in most cases. We were able to treat her babesiosis successfully and healed her wounds.
Due to the lack of space in the clinic we decided to continue our care for Speranza outside the clinic. She is now a "community dog", loved by the neighbours and regularly checked by us.

We are hoping for many sponsors to help us continue our care.

Would you like to give Speranza a life in safety by becoming her sponsor?

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Speranza is sponsored by:

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Description:

Speranza led a sad existence on a chain. Unfortunately, many dogs in Sri Lanka are chained up and locked in cages. These dogs rarely wear proper collars. Whatever can be found is tied around their neck. Serious injuries develop over time. That was what happened to Speranza. Caution: in the gallery we show clear pictures of the injury.

Speranza was lucky she was brought to us. Not only would she have suffocated miserably at some point, but she also tested positive for babesiosis - a disease that, if left untreated, is fatal in most cases. We were able to treat her babesiosis successfully and healed her wounds.
Due to the lack of space in the clinic we decided to continue our care for Speranza outside the clinic. She is now a "community dog", loved by the neighbours and regularly checked by us.

We are hoping for many sponsors to help us continue our care.

Would you like to give Speranza a life in safety by becoming her sponsor?