Disabled dogs get a second chance at life

Patch's two front paws were crushed and his wounds had to be tended to daily.

IMAGINE being unable to walk or even sit up, and too afraid to let anyone near you. This was the fate of one poor dog that I had the opportunity to meet.  

His name is Mr Gwing. At three months old, he was rescued by Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) from the Semenyih wet market in August 2011. He was badly deformed and was unable to move. MDDB also suspected that Mr Gwing was tortured, which resulted in his fear of people and caused him to bite anyone who touched him.  

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dog , disabled , animal rights , MDDB , adoption


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