[Update III] Hanam Emergency Dog Rescue (Part D)

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Here's the final installment of the brief report on some of the dogs that were rescued, are being fostered, and have been adopted from the Hanam rescue site.

Here’s the final installment of the brief report on some of the dogs that were rescued, are being fostered, and have been adopted from the Hanam rescue site.

This one was friendly and very happy to see the volunteers even though the place was filthy with feces and food trash. She was rescued and got vet care for a chest tumor and a skin disease. She is at a foster home now and waiting for adoption.

Hayo didn’t want to get close to people when she was rescued. After getting vet care for her skin disease, she is so much better now. She’s 2kg and about 2 years old. She has been adopted.

This poor little thing had chewed the bars of the cage so much that he has no front teeth. He was also very thin when rescued. He has been adopted.

Kami had a very bad skin condition brought about by scratching. After being spayed and getting vet care for her skin, she recovered well and has been adopted.

This little cutie had very badly matted hair and was suffering from a skin disease. She is fully recovered now and is waiting to be adopted.

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