Osiris is about the saddest sight you can
imagine... And it is even sadder to realize that his owners allowed
him to get into this condition!
Osiris had advanced scarcoptic mange. This gentle puppy was being
eaten alive by mites. Left untreated, he would eventually have had
no skin left. Fortunately, Osiris was rescued and is now getting treatment
for the condition and will recover. He has been treated with everything
possible to make him more comfortable and get the scarcoptic mange
We feel fortunate that the shelter in South Central realized this
puppy was worth treating. They kept him in isolation until we could
rescue him. Even after what was done to him, this sweet boy is still
very people-oriented. Someone kept this sweetheart in a small space,
while his skin was being destroyed. He wasn't wandering the street
stray because his nails would not have been so overgrown like they
were. His poor body was just burning up when we got him to our vet.
His ears were caked with something which we can't even identify. This
sweet dog was in the worst shape of any dog we have rescued. Osiris,
believe it or not, is a well-bred purebred German Shepherd, who will
have a long and gorgeous coat someday. He is only around 6 to 7 months
old, and with his huge paws, he has lots of growing to do. The volunteer
who picked him up from the shelter bought him a double cheeseburger.
She could hear a funny noise in the backseat. It was Osiris wagging
his hairless tail, which was thumping against the backseat. He is
so precious and just melts our hearts to think about what was done
We named him after an Egyptian God, Osiris, who started a new life
after his death. Our Osiris is going to be transformed and start on
his new life too...
Can you help us make up to Osiris for what was done to him? We need
help with his veterinary bills!
Donations for Osiris are tax deductible, and can be made out to: L.A. Central Animal Hospital
and mailed to:
Westside German Shepherd Rescue
2721 Wigtown Road
Los Angeles, CA 90064
You can use Paypal - Just click on the button below
Osiris is very grateful for every kindness shown to him.
Please help him to get his life back!
Note: With great foster care he has made amazing
progress. See how he looks now on our "Tails
of Joy" page
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