lq Witness the struggle of a poor puppy with a neurological disorder, sick and exhausted on the street, yearning for help and care amidst loneliness.
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lq Witness the struggle of a poor puppy with a neurological disorder, sick and exhausted on the street, yearning for help and care amidst loneliness.

Guddu, the sweet and lovable dog, arrived at the shelter of RRSA India in a terrible condition. Everyone at the shelter fell in love with him, and it was believed that he had been hit by a car. However, it was later discovered that he was suffering from a Neurological Disorder that affected his movement, making it difficult for him to control his body.

Despite his condition, the team at RRSA India refused to give up on him. The veterinary team provided him with physical treatment and daily therapy to help him walk again. They also noticed that he had a serious eye infection, which they treated with medication.

 

 

Guddu needed a lot of assistance to eat, stand, and potty, but with the help of the dedicated staff at the shelter, he started to show improvement. He was eating well and slowly learning to walk again. His sweet nature and playful spirit never faded, even in his most difficult moments.

After just two weeks of treatment and loving care, Guddu started to feel much better. He could move around the shelter with ease, and his recovery was inspiring to everyone who knew him. While it is likely that he will need an MRI in the future to get a definitive diagnosis and plan his long-term treatment, he is on the road to recovery and living a happy life.

 

Thanks to the efforts of the animal rescue workers and generous donors who helped to fund his care, Guddu now has a chance to live a full and happy life. His story is a reminder that even in the most challenging circumstances, love and care can make a big difference in the life of a vulnerable animal.

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