The dog was found in the dumpster house and severely damaged all four legs.😢
This particular golden retriever will continue to overcome severe injuries to become a therapy dog she was named a 2018 American Hero Dog by American Humane.
First, we must know the background of the Chi Chi dog’s life. In 2016, Chi Chi was left in a pile of rubble. She was found with her legs tied together with rope and inside a trash bag – the wound was digging into her skin. It’s a horrifying start for a sweet, lovable dog.
Animal Rescue, Media & Education received news of a dog ‘ki.lli.ng’ farm in Korea where Chi Chi was found, through the Nabiya Irion Hope Project, an animal rights group with based in Korea. Rescued Chi Chi the scared and injured girl.
Chi Chi was immediately taken to the hospital, she had all 4 limbs amputated because of necrotic wounds.😢🙏
After surgery, Chi Chi will have to take a long time to recover. She will also have four prosthetic limbs designed specifically for her so that she can learn to walk.
ARME shared a video of Chi Chi being rescued, which is how Elizabeth Howell of Arizona learned about her and they definitely wanted to bring the brave dog into their home.
“She stole my heart,” Howell told TODAY.
Some time after the wound had healed Chi Chi was taken to Arizona, where she needed a prosthetic leg. This is a challenge because Chi Chi’s legs have been amputated at different heights.
After many adjustments, Chi Chi has prosthetic legs that help her stand up and move faster. 🙏🙏🙏
Howell said in a statement released by American Humane. “When people meet Chi Chi, they are inspired by her courage, her ability to overcome adversity, her tenacity and her attitude of never giving up. Chi Chi exhibits resilience and selflessness, and openly shares her love and compassion in abundance. Her gentle and sweet spirit opens people’s hearts and her keen spirit senses where her love is needed.”
After making a full recovery, Chi Chi went on to become a therapy dog, regularly visiting people in assisted living facilities such as veterans, nursing homes, and even nursing homes. other amputees.
Howell said after Chi Chi was awarded the title (Hero Dog). “We’re grateful that every day she’s here to share her love and inspire people to never give up when the going gets tough.”
Chi Chi has made a difference in the lives of so many, everywhere she goes by being an example of perseverance, love and compassion.
Sadly, in March 2018, the beautiful, heroic Chi Chi was diagnosed with a dangerous tumor in her nasal cavity. She then passed away in February 2019.😢😢😢
Chi Chi’s legacy will forever be remembered and inspired.❤
Learn more about Chi Chi in the video below.