An abandoned dog without a nose has received hundreds of offers for a new home after a call from a shelter has saved him.
The cold arrived in the United States to receive treatment after losing his nose in an attack of other races in Puerto Rico. After several surgeries, he underwent what the rescuers called a “drill hole.”
Poodle and Pooch Rescue of Florida employees said he was “shy, scared and confused” when he took it before Christmas.
His subsequent campaign to find it has seen more than 300 potential owners from across the United States.
The symptoms of the common cold, which would be 12 years old, would suffer many other conditions, such as parasites, serious dental problems and eyeball growth, but it remains sensitive, despite all its difficulties.
“He makes these kisses in the beautiful Eskimo and, ironically, a dog without a nose kisses the Eskimos,” said Michel Wacker, director of special needs at the center.
Pooch poodles and rescue consume between 500 and 600 dogs or dogs infected each year. Mrs. Facker hoped that those who missed their vacation would go to Snifles to help someone who was at risk of getting sick.
“It’s sad,” she says. “We have people who want to drive from Nevada, New Jersey, Tennessee and Michigan to adopt this unique dog.
Snoring is supported by the bonus, but you can find the house well very soon after a very difficult experience.
The dog is from Puerto Rico, where he lost his nose after being attacked by a group of dogs in 2017, according to Walker. While in Puerto Rico, the organization raised enough money to buy a dog for facial surgery.
And then, a woman in Florida has adopted a cold, sometimes called Otto. He later discovered that Urange County, the Animal of Orange County, had become stingy earlier this month, which turned it into Bodle and Book Rescue, for several reasons, including his health, Walker said.
Wacker said he believed that smelling was a mixed race. “I could have 12 strains,” said Walker.
“He feels attracted to children,” said Walker. “It does not matter with small dogs and cats,” he said, noting that his experience of the attack had made him nervous about big dogs.
However, he added, Sniffles “came out of her shell and became very friendly and outgoing.”
Colds are in good condition. Recently he had clean teeth and the growth of his eyes too.
Hopefully it will be forever home forever in no time. “We have 100 requests for accreditation,” said Walker. People from everywhere the country have shown interest.
While it may be good for a large number of people to take it, Facker would like to remind everyone that they should consider other animals in the establishment to make sure they are not infected. not placed.
At least 100 requests have been sent for the adoption of Sniffles.Poodle and Pooch Rescue
Wacker also hopes that the Sneeves story will inspire people to help other dogs.
“Meanwhile, for us, this dog is nothing special, it’s as important as all the other dogs we saved from euthanasia.”
The center said it would wait a bit before deciding where to stay, adding that he wanted to keep it there because he wanted to continue the treatment.
Meanwhile, Ms. Walker urged future owners to “go to the local animal shelter, to be a hero to this dog.”