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A Dog Was Burned with Lye Eating His Skin, Will the Abuser Get What He Deserves?


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A man is accused of spraying a toxic chemical, lye, at a small Maltese mix dog. Lye is a very dangerous chemical that can cause severe damage to the skin.

The poor dog was fighting for his life with so much pain and suffering. Luckily, the dog was found and taken to the Madison Police Department although he was in a critical condition.

The police then contacted Pound Pet Inc., an animal rescue group in Granite City, who took the 10-year-old Maltese dog, Charlie, to a Veterinary Specialty Services in Manchester, Missouri.

Because of his severe damage in his skin, he was placed in intensive care.

Credited: Pound Pets Inc.

In a Facebook post, Pound Pets Inc. wrote about how they knew about Charlie’s case.

“We received a call from someone reporting he had lye poured on him 2 DAYS ago and had not been taken to a vet!! He was just laying there suffering. It is eating his skin.”

They are currently treating Charlie so his health can be restored back again.

“The vet said Charlie took a few steps today but they want to limit that right now. But it’s a very good sign, He’s a survivor. Charlie still has 50/50 chance of survival. Burns are very serious and can lead to other issues.” Pound Pets said

So, what happened to the abuser?

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Welcome to my bio everyone, my name is Nada. Ever since I was little, I have loved animals because they are so loving and kind. All they need is you attention, love, and care but I didn't understand them very well because I didn't get the chance to raise them. Well, That changed when my family and I got our first dog Rocky, a German Shepherd. Rocky was fun and loving with funny quirks. Being loyal and protective of us, he made me see the nature of a German Shepherd. Now, we have another German Shepherd named Mia. She is a wonderful dog and a rescue who just needed a second chance in life. Mia has long grown from being a terrified dog to the brave and caring German Shepherd that she is today. P.S: Here is a picture of our beautiful German Shepherd, Mia.

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