Hairless Puppy Saved from Euthanasia, Look How He Bounces For Joy Now!
When one thinks of mange, the visual association is likely not pretty. Mange can certainly be off-putting, making an otherwise healthy and vibrant animal appear diseased and sickly. A human who encounters an animal with severe mange may feel shocked and afraid because of the visible lesions and hair loss, but the truth is that it’s utterly harmless to humans.
Unlike a vicious disease like rabies, mange is caused by mites and isn’t transferable to people. It can be treated and cured fairly easily, which is why killing an animal with mange seems like quite an overreaction, to say the least.
In this heart-clenching video, you’ll see the beautiful recovery of a small puppy with mange who was scheduled to be euthanized. Before his untimely doom, Vet Ranch stepped in to save this young life. With the mites that cause mange destroyed and his skin treated for infections, he is free to be the happy, sprightly young dog he was meant to be.