Unwilling to keep going without taking an action, we scared the other dogs away and tried to get this spooked out Indian Spitz to trust us. We ended up calling him Spooky and decided to take him to the vet immediately.
The doctors informed us that he had developed skin infections, and acquired ticks and fleas on the dog bites on his back along with hernia in his abdomen. They suggested hospitalizing him to prevent the spread of infection to our 3 cats and a dog at home, all of them rescued or adopted. The total cost of the medical care of Spooky turned out to be as follows:
As we made our way home in the middle of the night, unsure if we would be able to afford his care, we were and still are determined to find a solution. It has been a week since Spooky is in the hospital and scheduled for surgery on December 6, 2019. We would like to reach out to our fellow animal lover friends to help us get him treated and get the care he deserves so that we can get him a new home with loving paw-parents real soon.