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Gunther's Transformation

Updated: Sep 27, 2023

Gunther was found ALONE, emaciated, curled up in a ball, in the middle of a desolate field. His skin was bleeding in multiple places. He was weak and had lost all hope of getting help.


We brought him into rescue and found so many ailments that made this poor pup suffer. He had heartworm disease, ehrilicha, sarcoptic, and demodex. Bloodwork came back with alarming results.


Once he had a foster family, things started to look up for Gunther. He was coming out of his shell, he loved his foster siblings, his foster parents, and loved to just cuddle in bed and get the attention he had longed for.


He had some behavioral challenges along to road to recovery and rehabilitation. He showed fearful signs and aloofness towards men.


It took Gunther an entire year to get adopted, but he couldn't have found a better home on a ranh with dozens of other pets and animals to befriend. His new parents take him on amazing adventures hiking, kayaking and riding with the horses. He loves his life, and you can see his smile in every picture his family sends back to us.

Gunther's transformation is just another example of the miracle work we do at Dallas Dog to rescue, rehabilitate and reform the treatment of pets.


Help us continue our mission in saving more dogs like Gunther who are in desperate need. Support our rescue.

Thank you for HELPING US, to HELP ANIMALS overcome their yesterdays and rewrite their tomorrows.


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Who is Dallas Dog?

Our rehabilitation efforts address the physical and emotional needs of rescued animals and prepare them for the second chance they deserve. You can make a difference by fostering, adopting, or making a donation toward these worthy animals. Thank you for supporting Dallas Dog. Our mission is to create a safer place for animals by rescuing and rehabilitating those who are neglected, unwanted and abused across Texas or displaced by natural disasters nearby and finding them a permanent home. You can visit our website at www.dallasdogrrr.org to follow our amazing journey.


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