Dog paralysed from car accident walks again

 In Blog, Hurt to Healed

We got a call on our street animal rescue helpline from a caring person in Udaipur who informed us that a street dog in their neighborhood had been hit by a car earlier that day and was unable to stand.

When our rescue team reached, we found a confused and very anxious dog in the middle of the road with his hind legs coming out in front of him in a very abnormal position. He tried to move when our rescuers approached but his back legs dragged on the ground and he could only go a few feet.

He had suffered damage to his spine and urgently needed treatment and most of all rest to stabilize his spine. We brought him back to the Animal Aid hospital where his treatment and physical therapy would continue for the next five to six weeks.

It doesn’t happen very often but sometimes, when nerve damage is caught early and treatment is started right away, there can be reason to hope, and that’s what Georgie did. He hoped.

Donate for the urgent medical treatment of precious animals.

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  • louisa byrd

    What a beautiful recovery George made. Thank you so much for the great rescue. I love the fact that you all never give up. The therapist was awesome. He was really working with George. God bless all of you.

  • Yogesh Kumar

    This is very good job.really a good work t help animals


    OH your all are wonderfull carying magicien!
    Thanks a lot!!!!

  • maggie geddes

    Thank you so much for never giving up on Georgie. you are all amazing for everything you do for the Animals. Georgie would not have been able to survive without being rescued and all the weeks of therapy you gave him to get him back on his leg’s. You are all an inspiration. I will donate again when I can. God bless you all.

  • Nancy wade

    the work you do is great I want to be part of the answer I. Donate once a month the third of the month let me know where. To send. It from my two litttle dogs 🐶 pepper and Riley

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