Dogs are mostly born with wonderful hearts. No matter how bad their situations are, they are still affectionate and compassionate creatures who will never let anybody down.
Arnia is one of the sweetest dogs in this world. She used to live in the yard of a rundown garage in Romania with some other dogs who were all starᴠɪɴɢ just like her, but none of them became mad or aggressɪᴠᴇ towards others. This little dog was living in a cardboard box, on the streets, and was in very bad shape when we rescued him.
As Howl Of A Dog’s rescuers found her sleeping on a pile of tiles, the poor girl was just too weak to move, but she still managed to wag her tail cheerfully to welcome them. Such an endearing girl.
Arnia and her friends of course were rescued from the yard, but she wasn’t completely off the hook yet. It’s so hard to even imagine how life treated this baby girl. The small doggo had countless awful health issues to overcome. Thankfully, she still had a good appetite.
While she was there, she got diagnosed with anemia, ʜᴇᴍᴏɢʟᴏʙiɴ deficiency in the blood, which was probably caused by a long period of starvaᴀᴛɪᴏɴ or malnourishment. In addition to that, she was clearly exhausted, scared, and ᴛʀᴀᴜmatized. But the good news was that she started getting treatment.
The dog was diagnosed with anemia, a blood condition where the blood has hemoglobin deficiency
None of the nearby shelters wanted to take the dog, but an hour after the news broke, one person stated that the dog was taken to the clinic
After one month under the care of her amazing rescuers, the strong girl has thrived and transformed beautifully. She has put on a more weight and becomes much healthier. And above all, she is now happier than ever.
The dog is slowly but surely recovering, and the “Do Good” animal protection society took over the custody of Rada. Even though Arnia is already 2 – 3 years old, the playful girl still thinks of herself as a tiny puppy. She loves to run around and plays with her favorite humans, she can find joy and fun in the most ordinary things, and she is really lovely and gentle with other dogs. She’s in much better hands now, and let’s hope she’ll find a forever home, one where she can feel loved and cared for.