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Ági was ran over by a train and she didn’t get any help for days. A social worker who helps the homeless has called us that 13th and the 14th district border the homelss’ dog was ran over by the train and her leg and tail is injured. Even though we are full of sick animal we couldn’t say no. When our volunteer workers arrived at the scene it turned out that the situation is much worse. The young about 8 months old female dog’s left hind leg was amputated by the train from the knee down and her tail is severly injured. She was full of thicks, had a high fever and her injured leg stunk very badly. It was clear that this happened a few days ago and she suffered a great deal.
The sepsis has given her fever and her wounds have swollen.
We took her to the vet immediately where she had a life saving operation. Her leg and her tail were amputated to stop the infection. She was in critical condition. We would like to the doctors of the Dr. Tamás Juhász clinic for the quick help. She is out of surgery but we can’t breathe easy because she still has high fever and babesiosis.
Ági has recovered from her surgery and she is rehabing in the Noah's animal home infirmary.
We started her vaccination program and the new owner has to complete it. She already has been neutered. She can't be adopted just as a garden dog. We are looking for a family where she can be a full member. She has suffered so much already and she deserves a loving family.
For more information, please call 06 30 221 1299 from Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m. or personally at NOÉ Állatotthon foundation 1171 Budapest, Csordakút street’s end.
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