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Veterinarian Did The Unthinkable To Save This Dog’s Life. Truly Amazing!

This is how we should treat our pets.


A veterinarian who runs an animal clinic in Elberton Georgia called, Granite Hills Animal Care, has captured the hearts of netizens after his heartwarming video hits the Internet. The caring animal doctor was seen on the footage stepping inside a cage and eating together with a dog in an attempt to encourage it to eat.

A pit bull, which was in a bad shape, was brought to his clinic after it was found on a dirt road starving, anemic and hypothermic. The female pup was immediately given medical attention to make sure she wouldn’t get any infection. However, for whatever reason, she refuses to eat. That’s when the amazing veterinarian did the unthinkable.

This was how the pit bull looked like when she was rescued.

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She was beaten, abused and left for dead, but she was about to meet her savior.

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Meet Dr. Andy Mathis. His kindness and dedication to help dogs in need is amazing. He would do everything that he can to save these animals.

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The female pup was eventually named Graycie Claire at the hospital. She may look scared but the people around her now will not let her down.

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It is hard for Graycie to trust anyone after what she has been through.

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She definitely found comfort in the people at the hospital. They treated her like how a dog should be treated.

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Dr. Mathis is making sure Graycie’s recovery is perfect until she gets adopted.

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This beautiful pit bull is looking for a new home.

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People have sent gifts to Graycie after hearing her story over the Internet. Once she’s fully recovered, she will be ready for adoption.

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Watch the video footage of Dr. Mathis’ act of kindness.

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After Losing Both His Parents, This Boy Dreamed of Making 33,000 People Smile

A touching story of grief and misery defeated by an orphan 6 year old boy by making 33,000 people smile and happy!

Usually six year old children are more focused with play, studies and extracurricular activities around them; this age relies so much to parents and is still dependent to them.

Losing one parent can hurt a child deeply but losing both parents may cause devastation, rebellion and depression from young children.

Sometimes this horrific nightmare comes into reality and deeply changes a child’s life.

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Old Woman Reported By Neighbors For Her Messy Home, Gets Unexpected Surprise!

Relatives made this old widow’s home their personal dumpster. The lady is now being fined for having a messy house but cannot do anything about it.

There will come a time when all the energy of our youth becomes nothing but a thing of the past. Old age can leave us helpless, frail and useless, and for a widow named Agnes, life has become one filthy mess, literally.

Agnes is a widow living alone in her house. Sadly, her relatives do not assist her, they have even turn Agnes' home into their own personal dumpster. They left a ton of junk, old stuff and even an old trailer! Saying that Agnes' home and backyard is a mess would be an understatement.

Agnes' house has become so bad that it prompted neighbors to complain. With this, Agnes is faced with $2,500 in fines unless she cleans up her place. The problem is, Agnes is very old and is barely able to walk!

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To Make His Blind Wife Happy, Husband Creates A Beautiful Garden of Pink Flowers

A private farm became a tourist spot because of a husband’s love for his wife.

Located in Shintomi Town in Miyazaki Prefecture is a garden filled with almost endless number of lovely pink flowers called shibazakura (moss phlox). It has become one of the most visited tourist spots in Japan but perhaps unknown to some, the secret of the place’s popularity is not only its stunning beauty but its heartwarming history.

About 7,000 people flock to the garden from late March to April and they’re all impressed with the beautiful flowers and the man that tends to them.

You see, the 3.3 square meter private garden is owned by Mr and Mrs Kuroki. The couple was married back in 1956 and the place was once a farm where they once had a herd of around 60 cows. They lived a simple but happy life, had raised two children, and dreamed of going on a trip around Japan upon their retirement.

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