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Dog With The Saddest Eyes Sits By The Gate Hoping Someone Would Take In Both Her And Her Sister

Dog With The Saddest Eyes Sits By The Gate Hoping Someone Would Take In Both Her And Her Sister

For months, three beautiful puppies called the yard of a car repair shop their home. Although the employees treated them kindly, the pups longed for a proper home. 

They fortunately never lacked food, but the yard couldn’t replace the warmth and affection of a loving home.

Heartbroken and longing for a family, Cora, one of the sisters, would wait by the gate of the yard, hoping that someone passing by would choose to rescue her and her sisters. 

Rescue And Recovery 

dog standing on a concrete
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As soon as the local rescue organization, Howl Of A Dog, learned about the three furry sisters living in the shop’s yard, they decided to step in and rescue them. 

When they arrived at the location, the rescuers were greeted by three sad faces anxiously wagging their tails and seeking some much-needed love

They quickly noticed that one of the dogs — later named Cora — was limping on her front leg. The rescuers expressed their gratitude to the employees for taking care of the dogs and promptly rushed them to the veterinary clinic. 

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“Luckily, there was no fracture and her injury healed after a few days of medication,” the rescue shared in the video posted to YouTube. 

However, their vet visit uncovered a more serious issue – all three of the puppies were not vaccinated and had contracted parvovirus. If not treated correctly, this virus can be fatal for dogs. 

dog with injured leg laying in the cage
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Cora and her two sisters – Kami and Carly – had to be hospitalized and receive medical care. Fortunately, the virus had been detected early, but even so, it can still be very aggressive and progress rapidly. 

Out of the three sisters, Kami needed longer recovery time, but fortunately, in the end, all of them made a complete recovery.  

Waiting For Forever Homes 

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Once the sisters fully recovered and received their vaccinations, their personalities slowly began to shine. 

At around six months old, they were still quite little but incredibly playful and affectionate with everyone.

While the rescuers adored them and could see just how perfect they would be for almost any family, unfortunately, finding a forever home for the sisters proved to be a challenging task.

three dogs laying on the ground
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Cora, Carly, and Kami stayed at the rescue for more than a year searching for a loving home. 

Eventually, Carly’s luck turned around, and after a year at the shelter, she was finally adopted into a wonderful family.

Now, she is living the life she always dreamed of. 

What breaks my heart is learning that her sisters, Cora and Kami, still haven’t found their homes. They have been at the shelter for almost two years, waiting for the happiest day of their lives.

According to the shelter, Cora “has a very pleasant temperament, gets along great with all dogs, and is very good with people and children. She truly is a perfect addition to any loving family,” meanwhile Kami “gets along well with all dogs, affectionate and friendly, but a little more timid than her sisters.” 

two happy dogs
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Both dogs absolutely deserve a place to call their own home, especially after everything they’ve been through. 

To adopt, please visit the website, Howl Of A Dog.