Sadly, not all dogs have a chance to start their best life right from puppyhood. Many never even get the chance to feel loved.
This is the story of Nana, the female puppy that was found next to a garbage container when she was less than two months of age. She was lucky enough to be found by a responsible woman who provided a temporary shelter for her.
Months after she was rescued, Nana found a beautiful forever home.
Nana Was Just A Puppy When She Was Found
Nana was just too weak and too fragile to resist when Sandra found her next to a trash container. She was less than 3 pounds heavy and severely malnourished. She didn’t even have enough strength to stand up.
Sandra took her to a shelter and provided care for her. After a careful vet examination, it was established that Nana was nearly dead with fatigue, hunger, and thirst.
During The First Couple Of Weeks, She Was Shy And Weak
At first, she didn’t feel like playing, walking, or even wagging her tail.
All she did for the first couple of days was lay in her crate and eat small portions of food. Nana was extremely exhausted and she needed some good rest. Luckily, she was finally able to get all that.
Less Than Two Months Later, Nana Got A Loving Home
Week after week, she was getting stronger. In only less than two months of being under constant care and supervision, this beautiful dog regained her full potential and became ready for her forever home.
Nana was ready to provide some lucky family with endless love, as she was loving and affectionate herself.
Nana Is A Big, Beautiful Princess Now
Nana was adopted by a beautiful family, and now she’s in her loving, furever home. She turned out to be a beautiful, medium-sized dog with lots of energy for playing around with her loved ones.
Her story is a true inspiration for all dog enthusiasts who would like to help dogs in need.
What Sandra did for Nana that day changed her life forever. Not only was she saved from the street – Nana ended up in a beautiful, caring home with a responsible family. And, isn’t that what all dogs deserve?