A few years ago, Drax could not have imagined the day when he would wake up each morning with a sense of security and happiness.
The poor dog at the time was a strаy living on the streets, never knowing if he would see another day.
Drax was continually afraid, heartbreakingly thin, and starving; he had no idea when or if he would have his next meal.
But Drax has been enjoying life ever since he was sаvеd and subsequently adорted by Charmaine Hulley.
He may perhaps have been living a little too well.
Two years ago, Hulley’s sister in Australia saw the terrified and malnourished puppy lurking outside a store.
She brought the poor dog home with her after consulting with her husband with the idea of nursing him back to health.
But in the end, Hulley was chosen to be Drax’s mother.
When her sister brought home a skinny, famished strаy from the grocery store parking lot, Hulley, who was at the time staying with her sister and brother-in-law, immediately felt protective of him.
Even though Drax was obviously starving, he was originally too timid to even look at anyone. He was also too afraid to consume anything.
Hulley swiftly made the decision to take on the burden of treating his physical and emotional health, and he started the process of doing so.
Under Hulley’s care, Drax’s health and wellness significantly improved, and when she left her sister’s home to move in with her boyfriend, she took Drax with her.
Living with Hulley, her partner Taylor, and the other four rеscuе dogs made Drax very content.
Drax never had to go without food and received all the love and security he could ever want.
But Drax finally discovered that there is such a thing as too much good. Drax’s weight began to rise a little too much after Hulley moved in with her mother for a few months, leaving Hulley with Taylor.
Drax’s meal plan became a little less organized as a result of Taylor’s long hours at work, and he also ended up getting to eat too much tasty human cuisine, likе steak and KFC.
Drax was thrilled to have the opportunity to play with his adорtive siblings when Taylor and Drax visited Hulley and the other puppies one weekend.
However, while having fun, the large dog managed to get himself wedged in the dog door and tear it away from the wall.
The dog door was then fastened around the happy Drax’s plump tummy as he strolled about the home.
Hulley has now given Taylor the go-ahead to control the young chubster’s diet before he outgrows any more doors.
“He says he’s cutting his diet down, but I really don’t know if he is or simply saying it,” she stated in a statement to Unilad.