Stray Dog Living In Military Camp Was So Sick She Could Barely Stand, Then Soldiers Stepped In

Proper FAP familypet_belowtitle

A dog was living in a military camp in Greece with a pack of stray dogs.

Leila was so sick that she could barely stand on her own, and with each passer day, she grew sicker and sicker. She needed medical attention immediately or else she wouldn’t survive. But since she was a stray, her future looked bleak.

save a greek stray

save a greek stray

Thankfully, soldiers at the camp saw how sick she was and contacted Save a Greek Stray rescue for help. Volunteers brought her to their shelter and named her Leila.

save a greek stray

save a greek stray

Aside from her ailments, she also had mange, which left her hairless and in pain. The only hair she had left was caked with dirt. She was also so malnourished that you can see her bones. She was exhausted, both physically and mentally.

save a greek stray

save a greek stray

They put her in isolation for a month, where she received treatment. Eventually, she made a full recovery and her hair began growing back. She still has a little more to go, but she already looks so much happier and healthier.

save a greek stray

save a greek stray

As she began feeling better, her personality started to shine through. She broke out of her shell and is a very social, friendly and outgoing dog. The only thing that she’s missing now is a forever home.

save a greek stray

save a greek stray

If you’re interested in adopting this sweet girl, contact info@saveagreekstray.com.

Her transformation is absolutely incredible and awe-inspiring, and she looks like a whole new dog! See it for yourself in the video below:

Proper FAP familypet_abovevideo
Criteo FAP
Proper FAP familypet_belowcontent
Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.