Daphne was literally dying when she was spotted by a student in a small town called Kampar in the northern state of Malaysia. The roof of her mouth was badly injured and had turned into a maggot wound which prohibited her from eating or drinking. The 6 month old puppy was literally dying from starvation and dehydration. She was immediately rushed to the vet where her journey towards physical and psychological recuperation began. Thankfully, Daphne has blossomed into a pretty and charming doggie girl.
Daphne will be arriving in Chicago on October 28th
If you are interested in adopting DAPHNE, please contact Dawn at 414-426-4148 or email @ email@example.com. To learn more about DAPHNE and HER Full story and ISDF's adoption process please visit www.istreetdog.com
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