A woman from Glasgow, Kentucky was walking when she accidentally ran over a small piece of moving rubbish. Initially, she mistook it for a small deer. However, upon getting closer, she noticed a disgusting, clean tail near a trash can.
Karen Smith Clark and her assistant were unaware that it was feces until they approached it. The sight was so repulsive that it left no room for doubt and caused damage to their Dog Scooter. “The unfortunate dog appeared to be completely covered by a vehicle in a dumpster due to the wind,” as stated on Facebook.
“We hurriedly gathered food, water, and gloves… However, upon our return, Harm appeared wary and kept his distance from me. He was desperately in need of water,” he explained. “It was quite distressing to witness your dog crying and whimpering.”
After the dog drank water, Clark contacted the trained professionals in the neighborhood who then transported him to the BRaWa Government Animal Relief Place, also known as the Pointless Stream. At the facility, the dog received medical attention from a veterinarian. The following morning, Connie Greer, the head of the shelter, reported that the dog, named “Arthur Mate,” was in good health but had suffered significant damage.
“Arthur displayed attentiveness, while simultaneously eating, moving, and wagging his tail early in the day,” Greer stated, promptly informing Dr. Thomas. “According to her, she has an extraordinary yeast infection that has spread across her entire body, along with a mild case of scabies.”
“He further mentioned that there are no other clear signs of distinct issues. The individuals affected by these apparent concerns should not be overly concerned and instead focus on thoughtful analysis and resolution,” he commented. BRaWa, a small sanctuary, has requested not to be contacted presently but will share all updates on their Facebook page.
“He’s incredibly happy, and from what I can gather, he’s almost completely recovered. Someone has located him and is taking care of the situation,” Greer added. He mentioned that he won’t be able to resume trading until he fully recovers. They anticipate that the treatment will take approximately four months.