Deaf dog that was stung by thousands of bees was lucky to be saved
Worse still, after the case, her family abandoned her in a shelter, as if her stings from multiple bees weren’t bad enough.
When rescuers brought the deaf Pit Bull to the shelter, they gave him a life-threatening prying event, eventually naming him the Stinger.
They had planned to knock him down because they couldn’t treat a dog in such a bad condition.
At this point, Carri Shipaila’s LuvnPupz rescue team in Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan intervened to provide assistance. As soon as She found out about the stinger, she got in her car and drove about a mile to get it from the shelter.
However, Stinger’s family refused to take him, and Stinger immediately went to work to save Stinger’s life. The sting was treated for a subsequent skin infection and sarcoptic mange.
Unfortunately, he contracted Pemphigus, an autoimmune condition that he always had to deal with.
Due to the high costs of his care, he will never be adopted, but has found a loving lifelong home with a foster family and will continue to receive care and therapy through LuvnPupz.
Stinger has come a long way from being initially abandoned at the shelter. She has a gorgeous white coat and her agonizing blisters are now completely gone.
She is a very cute, joyful dog and she is enjoying her new life with a loving family!
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