Rescuers See What Is Wrapped Around Dog's Neck And Are Shocked

PAWsitivePublished: April 27, 201687,827 views
Published: April 27, 2016

[WARNING: This video is graphic and not suitable for young children.]
Paris was found wandering the streets of Karditsa, Greece with a wire wrapped tightly around his neck - so tight in fact that it created an open wound, boring a hole into his trachea and prohibiting him from eating. Paris was rescued by Ermioni a rescuer from the Greek Animal Rescue (GAR), who finally got him the help he needed. #AdoptParis

Paris stills needs a home. If you are interested in adopting Paris please contact Ermioni directly on her Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/ermioni.gian...

Full Story:
Paris was only a puppy when someone put a wire around his neck. According to Ermioni, there have been instances in her town where strays or unwanted dogs are mistreated or abused. Paris was one of those dogs.

When Ermioni found Paris, he was terrified of people. Paris was rushed to the vets where the wire was removed from his neck but an infection set in requiring a longer recovery. For two months, Ermioni and her GAR team of rescuers cared for Paris. When he finally received his surgery, he felt less pain and started to eat...and eat. The dog that was little more than “skin and bones” gained 20 kilos in a matter of months.

There will be long lasting psychological effects of abuse he has had to endure, but with the gentle hands of Ermioni and the Greek Animal Rescue, he is recovering - one day at a time.

Paris still needs a home. We are hoping with this video, we can appeal to someone somewhere in the world who will see Paris for who he truly is - a good boy that just wants someone to love him. Please share.

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    CFer · 32 weeks ago

    The one who did this to the dog should be tortured and killed at the end!

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    Lindalee · 26 weeks ago

    Thank you for rescuing and nursing poor Paris back to health! Too often an animal is thought of as just a disposable object, to be thrown out when someone tires of it and not a precious life that would love them unconditionally if given the chance. People who do this have no conscience and don't value life. I once answered an ad for a free tri-colored collie with papers. The house was lush, with everything a person could buy! I took this collie to the vet, not only was his chain collar imbedded in his skin under all that fur, but the vet removed 3 large masses of aluminum foil from his rectum. He was severely underweight, just skin and bones for a large dog. The children had told me that they kept him chained up in the basement and sometimes outside by the garbage cans on a 3 foot leash. When we arrived the children were throwing lit firecrackers at him. They said he was 6 yrs. old to get rid of him but he was 9. "Bounder" turned out to be extremely afraid of any loud noise and would run and frantically climb on me to be held while he trembled violently. He was inconsolable. No matter what I tried nothing helped. Unfortunately after a year, I had to give him up to hopefully go to an older, quiet living couple who were home all the time. I felt so helpless and sad for him. He deserved a better life than he had. I didn't want to let him go. I hope Paris finds his "forever" home. If I could I would take him in a heartbeat even though I am in Wisconsin, USA. I pray his special family will come soon. Bless you all. You are appreciated from halfway across the world.