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Abusers Rip Off All 4 Of Dog’s Paws, Becomes First Dog With 4 Prosthetic Limbs
Da Hei, a Siberian Husky, was dumped at a vet’s clinic in China in the most dreadful condition. Dr. Liu found that all 4 of Da Hei’s paws were brutally torn-off on purpose. He quickly amputated the dead skin and rotting bones to prevent any infection from spreading.
Da Hei’s abusers had long fled the scene, but his pain and helplessness persisted. Dr. Liu couldn’t bear to see the poor pooch live in misery all his life, so he resolved to help Da Hei get back on his feet. After a lot of thinking, Dr. Liu decided to get Da Hei prosthetic feet!
Dr. Liu contacted a Beijing-based prosthetic company to help get Da Hei’s 4 prosthetic limbs. Something like this had never been done in the country before, so the company had to dig deep and pull out all stops. With their combined efforts, Da Hei became the first dog in China to receive 4 prosthetic limbs!
In this video, we see Da Hei learn to walk again on his prosthetic feet. His initial days were painful as the prosthetics weren’t adjusted right. But with continued adjustments, Da Hei was able to beat the odds and move around without any difficulty!
Da Hei may never walk freely like a normal dog, but regaining his mobility is nothing less than a miracle for him. Dr. Liu had become so attached to Da Hei that he decided to adopt Da Hei himself and help him lead a better life. We are so proud of Da Hei and Dr. Liu’s inspiring journey!
Click the video below to watch Dr. Liu help Da Hei overcome his struggles with the help of prosthetic limbs!
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Dog owners are well aware that chocolate is harmful to dogs but there are other foods that can have devastating consequences if ingested as well. Do you know which ones? Most people don’t either! Some of the foods on this list are quite surprising.
The canine digestive system is entirely different than ours. It’s less developed and cannot process certain foods humans can. Many dog owners offer table scraps. But those scraps can actually be harmful! Also, certain foods we eat need to be put (WAY) out of reach because they can even act like a poison to your pet.
Here’s a list of foods you should NEVER give to your dog!
According to Wikipedia,“Allium is a genus of monocotyledonous flowering plants that includes hundreds of species, including the cultivated onion, garlic, scallion, shallot, leek, and chives.”
This means that onion, garlic, scallions, leeks, and chives (and any food seasoned with them) are potentially TOXIC! Alliums can cause hemolytic anemia, which can damage a dog’s red blood cells.
“Onions, garlic, chives, and leeks are of the Allium family and are poisonous to both dogs and cats. Garlic is considered to be about 5X as potent as onions. Onion and garlic poisoning results in oxidative damage to the red blood cells (making the red blood cells more likely to rupture) and gastroenteritis (e.g., nausea, oral irritation, drooling, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea). Other clinical signs of anemia may be seen, and include lethargy, pale gums, an elevated heart rate, an increased respiratory rate, weakness, exercise intolerance, and collapse. Onion and garlic poisoning may have a delayed onset, and clinical signs may not be apparent for several days.”
Signs of Allium Toxicity:
Elevated heart rate and respiratory rate
#2 Rotten Or Spoiled Food
If you are too grossed out to eat it or you know it’s spoiled, DO NOT FEED IT TO YOUR DOG! Foods with mold, expired foods, or food that hasn’t been properly refrigerated is no good for you, therefore it’s NO GOOD for Fido!
This includes raisins, dried currants, and fresh grapes! Dried currants and raisins can be even more lethal because they are more concentrated. This, of course, includes foods that contain raisins, dried currants and grapes as well.
If you think your dog ingested these foods, watch for these signs of kidney failure: diarrhea and vomiting, dehydration, lethargy, low urine output, and weakness. If your dog has any of these symptoms, seek medical attention immediately!
That’s not all, the next two are VERY COMMON in your household:
#5 Macadamia Nuts
Like grapes, vets and scientists don’t understand why dogs cannot tolerate macadamia nuts BUT when ingested in large quantities, this nut can be extremely harmful. Nuts, in general, are not a good treat for dogs but this particular nut can be toxic. Symptoms include fever, muscle weakness, and vomiting.
Salty snacks are a staple in many households. But just like they aren’t really good for humans, they aren’t good for dogs either. Eating too much sodium can actually result in sodium ion poisoning. One chip or pretzel won’t put your dog at risk but leaving a large bowl out or your dog consuming an entire bag can!
Sodium ion poisoning symptoms include high fever, diarrhea, excessive thirst, seizures, kidney damage and vomiting. If you think your dog may be showing signs, give him a full bowl of water and call your vet immediately!
The NEXT and LAST one on our list is the most DEADLY and IMPORTANT:
This sugar substitute is often seen in sugar-free gum, low-calorie snacks, breath mints, and toothpaste. Even a small amount can be deadly to your dog. It makes their insulin levels spike causing (often irreversible) fatal consequences.
It’s EVEN found in some peanut butters that are used as a sweetener. If you buy peanut butter, PLEASE check the ingredients and use the natural peanut butter.