A 1.8-pound weighing pup was discovered in the streets of Dallas, Texas (United States). The little one was in poor condition and clung to life. His condition was troubling, and Dallas Dog RRR rescuers knew they could not waste time. So they immediately took him to the medical center.

The puppy was barely able to lift its head and open its eyes a little. He was weighing just 1.8 pounds, and it was evident he was struggling to live.

The puppy was called Stuart. Back then, they thought he was a Chihuahua because of his size. But to everyone’s surprise, he was a pit bull.

The 1.8-Pound Weighing Pup Surprisingly Recovers

Cachorro moribundo salvado
Facebook / Dallas Dog RRR

His state of health was so bad that he did not even look like a pit bull puppy. He was very small and his malnutrition was remarkable.

In the medical center it was necessary to carry out several examinations to Stuart, in order to know the diseases that he could suffer and treat his condition.

Stuart recibiendo tratamiento
Facebook / Dallas Dog RRR

Stuart’s blood test yielded disappointing results, he was so anemic with fleas and ticks that he urgently needed a blood transfusion. The first two days of the little puppy were critical and worrying, it seemed that he had no conscience and was constantly losing his mind.

His delicate condition did not improve, but the rescuers were willing to do everything possible and fight to save the child’s life.

Cachorro rescatado
Facebook / Dallas Dog RRR

Fortunately, in five days Stuart began to show a small improvement, and a woman named Susan wanted to provide him with a foster home.

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The little boy seemed to be very happy at Susan’s house, but you could still tell he was struggling to continue living. Susan said Stuart looked very tired, looked drowsy, crestfallen, and generally stayed asleep for many hours.

Perrito somnoliento
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The Aftermath

Several days passed after Susan took Stuart home, and he started acting like a normal puppy, he seemed to feel better. The news was a joy to all, and surely a great victory on Stuart’s short journey of short life.

Little Stuart’s health recovered in full as the days went by.

Perrito recuperado de la enfermedad
acebook / Dallas Dog RRR

Dallas Dog RRR said in a post :

“I am eating well and slowly gaining weight, so overall I feel great and absolutely LOVE my ado*ptive family!”

Shane, Susan’s brother, decided to visit her sister in order to meet Stuart and find out if ado*ption was possible. When they saw each other, there was immediately a connection between them, Stuart climbed onto the sofa where Shane was resting and laid his head on his chest.

Perrito recuperado en casa
Instagram / Shiner

At that precise moment, Shane realized that he had to ado*pt Stuart, since fate had brought them together to be life partners.

Now, the little cub that once clung to life and struggled to get ahead had a forever home.

Shiner grande y saludable
Instagram / ranch_road_music

Stuart grew up very fast and healthy, becoming the most beautiful and gentle pitbulll in the world.

Shane lives in Austin, where dogs of this breed are allowed, so she takes Stuart for walks almost everywhere; they are inseparable.

Shiner recuperado
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Stuart was baptized ‘Shiner’ by his father, they live adventures together daily; she loves going to her favorite place and loves spending time with her dad.

Source: notasdemascotas

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