The compassionate Lauren Buckley made the decision to foster animals in need after saving her dog Brooks. Lauren was struck by the fact that the dog was at the time scheduled for death in an Alabama shelter.
After hearing his tale, Lauren was inspired to rescue the puppy, bring him home, and give him a loving family; as a result, they became inseparable.
He became aware of the plight of numerous dogs in various locations as a result of the wonderful experience of saving Brooks.
In order to provide the most in needs animals a second opportunity at life, Lauren made the decision to help in their recovery and care. She has been doing this work for four years and is glad to do it. She is certain that a rescued animal is the ideal life partner.
A dying dog was just rescued from the streets by some nice individuals; he had been gravely mistreated. Due of the animal’s condition, Lauren wasn’t sure whether she could cure him when she learned about the story on social media, but she still wanted to aid the creature.
Lauren said to Boredom Panda:
“On Christmas Eve, the person who found Lainey and her brother shared pictures of them on Facebook. We felt we had to take action because he couldn’t stay with them.”
In the end, she made the choice to keep the puppy, Lainey, and she wanted to provide for her recuperation in every way possible. Rescuers said that Lainey was in poor health, smelled bad, and was bleeding all over the sofa, but Lauren remained unfazed.
Lainey was taken to the veterinarian for examinations, and the results revealed that she had secondary illnesses in addition to demodectic mange.
Demodectic mange, often known as demodex, is brought on by the Demodex canis, a tiny, cigar-shaped mite that is quite prevalent in dogs. Dogs’ skin is home to these mites, which cause no harm, but some dogs are able to manage them by developing a sickness.
Young dogs, under 2 years old, who are more prone to have a compromised immune system, are typically affected. This sort of mites are often passed from mothers to their pups after delivery; they stay in the hair follicles without doing any harm.