Over the past few years, the Loutraki landfill has become the place for people to discard their rubbish as well as their pets. Irresponsible people and members of the local community dump their unwanted dogs in the landfill. Unfortunately, the same goes for people who do not live in the area.
These animals lead tragic life. They are or they have become fearful, they are sick, wandering around, scavenging the garbage for food. Most importantly, they are not neutered so their numbers are increasing, and the problem is then exacerbated.
This is the story of the “garbage dogs” and how it all began. Afrodith, a Greek rescue volunteer, and her dogs have to face an enormous struggle every day.
Afrodith moved near the huge Loutraki landfill in 2018. Passing by the rubbish dump/landfill was a life-changing experience for her, seeing the (ʜᴏʀʀᴇɴᴅᴏᴜs) conditions the dogs and puppies were living in. She found packs of dogs and puppies in terrible conditions.
Fortunately, a dog was found by a group of volunteers. The volunteer team quickly saved the dog before things got worse.
The veterinarian assessed that the dog’s health was relatively stable after examining the dog’s body. The dog is fortunate when there is no serious injury or illness.
The dog can drink clean water after a long struggle in the landfill to survive. He is supplemented with vitamins and vaccines to increase the resistance of the dog.
This adorable puppy has had a miraculous change of fate that he should have lived. The dog has received the care he needed at the shelter after being rescued from that dreadful dump. The dog deserves such great love.
The dog enjoys a healthier life thanks to a quick rescue action. This proves that reasonable people can slowly change the world. The world will be shared and filled with inspirational stories.