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Theo was terrified when he was rescued but was transformed into a cute and happy dog once againTheo was terrified when he was rescued but was transformed into a cute and happy dog once again

WATCH: The Transformation of a Terrified Abandoned Dog

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Eldad Hagar, from Hope for Paws, and Annie Hart were in Compton when they noticed a dog hiding under a garbage trailer who appeared severely neglected. Neighbors said the dog’s owners had moved a year ago and left the dog behind.

He was terrified of human contact, and it took Hagar awhile to catch him.

I will warn you that the beginning of the video is heartbreaking and difficult to watch. However, the transformation – both physically and in spirit – is truly amazing.

Theo, as he was named at the rescue, went on to a foster home through The Mutt Scouts. There, he danced and played with pit mixes and his spirit returned.

If you are interested in adopting Theo or any of the other Mutt Scouts, you can find more information here.

Photo Credit: The Mutt Scouts

 

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  • Jesilyn

    So sickening that people will leave behind a pet like that to fend for themselves. Especially one so small. What a bunch of shitty neighbors too for not helping this poor little soul!

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