For this poor pooch, the new year didn’t get off to a good start.
Her family left their Dallas home on New Year’s Eve after packing up their stuff.
They left without pausing to look back and without taking their dog with them.
The family cruelly аbаndоnеd her behind, leaving her with nothing except a soiled blanket to keep her warm.
The dog was distraught and perplexed, but she steadfastly refused to accept that the people she loved so much had аbаndоnеd her.
She frantically clung to the hope that if she stayed put with her blanket, they would come back for her.
Marina Tarashevska just so happened to see the heartbrоkеn puppy the day after she was аbаndоnеd.
The co-founder of the Dallas DogRRR rеscuе organization, Tarashevska, was alarmed when she first saw the frightened puppy.
When Tarashevska spoke to other neighbors, they described the terrible circumstance.
She made the decision to assist the young girl, but it turned out that was easier said than done.
The puppy was sure that as long as she remained where her family had left her, they would return to get her.
She had no desire to be driven there by an unknown person. She also didn’t want to lose her blanket, which served as both her lone comforter and a link to her family.
Tarashevska tried to approach the puppy, but she scampered away.
The dog, however, had a strong bond with the blanket. She ultimately made it back to her blanket after every escape and clung to it again.
Tarashevska made the decision to take advantage of this.
The dog followed her as she began to slowly move the blanket down the street and toward her house.
They would eventually travel all the way to Tarashevska’s home.
Tarashkevska was able to seize the puppy at this point and put her into her kennel.
The first step was grabbing the pup, but she still had a long road to recovery.
The аbаndоnеd puppy, now known as Camilla, was cripplingly аnxiоus and fearful and in severe need of both physical and mental care.
She was essentially curled into a ball in the crate’s back. She was immobilized with terror, but you could touch her. The Dodo was informed by Patti Dawson, executive director of Dallas DogRRR.
She also had injuriеs on her neck, which a veterinarian determined were either the result of a battle with another dog or the result of a too-tight collar that became lodged in her flesh.
After having neck surgery, Camilla started her physical recovery.