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Bibi

Name: Bibi
Breed: Mix
Gender: Female
Age: ca 7 months
Neutered/Spayed: No
Vaccinated: Yes
DCC dog for: 6 months
Description:

Bibi was still at the very beginning of her life when she almost lost it. We brought her to the clinic with a large and extremely painful wound on her neck. We were on the road for half a day to rescue her because the organizations closer to her didn't help. This is something we cannot understand as such a wound is a certain death sentence if it is left untreated.

 

We immediately recognized Bibi's strong will to live. She bravely endured the daily wound care. But that's not all: Unfortunately Bibi went blind in one eye and shortly afterwards she suffered an intestinal prolapse. Fortunately she was already with us and so we could operate on her immediately.

It will take a few more weeks for Bibi's neck wound to heal completely. As a disabled dog, she will certainly never find a Rehome place and so we will keep her with us forever - either on the large clinic premises or in our DCC 50+ program.

Update January 2021: It was a big shock for us when Bibi's HB value suddenly dropped to 2.3 and she developed severe breathing problems. Unfortunately, after everything she had been through, her past caught up with her. Unfortunately Bibi passed away.

Run free!

Bibi was supported by:
Stephanie Grünfeld-Betten
Heidemarie Rothschuh

Charlotte Davis

Description:

Bibi was still at the very beginning of her life when she almost lost it. We brought her to the clinic with a large and extremely painful wound on her neck. We were on the road for half a day to rescue her because the organizations closer to her didn't help. This is something we cannot understand as such a wound is a certain death sentence if it is left untreated.

 

We immediately recognized Bibi's strong will to live. She bravely endured the daily wound care. But that's not all: Unfortunately Bibi went blind in one eye and shortly afterwards she suffered an intestinal prolapse. Fortunately she was already with us and so we could operate on her immediately.

It will take a few more weeks for Bibi's neck wound to heal completely. As a disabled dog, she will certainly never find a Rehome place and so we will keep her with us forever - either on the large clinic premises or in our DCC 50+ program.

Update January 2021: It was a big shock for us when Bibi's HB value suddenly dropped to 2.3 and she developed severe breathing problems. Unfortunately, after everything she had been through, her past caught up with her. Unfortunately Bibi passed away.

Run free!

Bibi was supported by:
Stephanie Grünfeld-Betten
Heidemarie Rothschuh

Charlotte Davis