A Cruel Owner Left This Dog To Die In The Street. What Happened After That Is A Miracle.
When dog-lover Sean McCormack found Tiny on a dirty street in Taiwan, he was completely in shock. Looking at the dog’s terrible condition, it seemed as though someone left him in the streets to die. His skin was ravaged by a terrible case of mange, he was emaciated and on the brink of death, he didn’t seem to care about living. Sean decided to take him and find him help.
Tiny’s transformation that followed is truly remarkable.
Tiny was found roaming a dirty street in Taiwan.
His mange and emaciation were so sever, his rescuers didn’t even know what breed of dog he was.
Tiny was was rescued by British ex-patriot, Sean. He originally thought that Tiny was a Mastiff.
Once he was cleaned up, it became apparent he was a beautiful Rottweiler. He was also an angel, according to his caregivers. Tiny became one of the the most lovable animals at the sanctuary.
Dr. Yang at YangMing Veterinary Hospital in Taipei treated Tiny for aggressive disease and depression.
His recovery and transformation was so remarkable, he was crowned the grand champion at the RSPCA’s dog show.
Once he was completely healed, Tiny competed in RSCPA’s Ruffs, an alternative to the famous Crufts dog show. Rather than judging dogs on “perfect” breed standards, the Ruffs judge what is imperfect about the pets we love. Tiny was crowned the Grand Champion of Ruffs 2014.
Tiny’s journey is proof that euthanizing animals to “end their suffering” is not always the necessary. Sometimes these animals just need some medical attention, and a whole lot of love and patience. This may not be the case for every animal in desperate need of help, but stories like Tiny’s should give us hope.
A big thanks to Sean and the staff in Taiwan that brought Tiny back from death’s door! Share his must-see transformation with others by clicking on the button below.