Hairless And Abused Dog Appears At Stranger’s Doorstep and Begs To Be Adopted

The homeowner opened the door and realized there was still time to save the sick and shivering dog that appeared at his doorstep.

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When choosing a dog, most people ops for cute and little puppies. Sadly, the elderly and those animals in bad health condition don’t stand the chance against the little cuties. However, there are also people who don’t care what the animal looks like and are more than happy to welcome in their home stray dogs who are emaciated and miserable.

On a cold day, a shivering dog appeared at the doorstep of a man and it looked like it was begging to be adopted.

Despite the condition the poor animal was in, the kind man knew there was still a chance for it to be saved so he took it in and covered it in a blanket to keep it warm.
On the following day, he alerted the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA of the dog and they took further care of him.
Representatives of the rescue center shared the story on their Facebook page:

“On January 13, Penny showed up at the door of a good citizen. It was clear that she had been dumped by the roadside and abandoned. It was a frigid night, and it was assumed she came to the door looking for food and warmth. Animal control was contacted, and she was brought to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA.”

“It was clear that she had been neglected and was in dire need of medical attention. The medical team at CGHS/SPCA found that she had demodectic mange that had gone untreated, as well as secondary skin infections and lacerations on her face and neck.

CGHS/SPCA, along with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office, issued a press release with a photo of Penny, in hopes of locating for the owner. Within 24 hours, the Greene County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest of Paul C. Bull, 47, of Coxsackie. If convicted, Mr. Bull could receive one year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.

Penny has been in medical treatment and rehabilitation for two months and has made astounding medical progress.”

“She will be joining her new adoptive family this Saturday. “Many thanks to the Greene County Sheriff’s Office for their diligence on this case, and to our shelter medical team that worked so hard in properly treating Penny. I can’t share enough how much we appreciate all the contributors who gave toward to her marvelous recovery,” said Ron Perez President/CEO of the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA.”

Luckily, Penny got her happy ending all because she chose to knock on the right door on that cold January night!

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