The Lucky Dog

Molly. Old Molly was disposed like garbage and left to die on the road for over a week outside of his compound before he was found and rescued by Franci.A sad case of a neglected dog wobbling, suffering severe dehydration, malnutrition, scabies and with one cornea badly injured.

After the first few days in critical condition under intense therapy at Sunset Vet, Molly decided not to give up. Showing that even an old Bali dog sentenced to death can make it and be even able to enjoy all the comfort of a pillow for the first time in his life!


I Love Bali Dogs would like to thank Sara Skjoldborg-Chapple for her restless help toward this last case in our constant running bill at Sunset Vet. ❤️

One Comment

  • Patrick says:

    Their mission is to enhance the welfare of dogs in Bali by reducing the population through sterilisation; to provide veterinary care to alleviate their suffering and to empower the Balinese people to care for and take pride in their heritage dogs. Led by Claudia Chicca, this organization provides daily feeding tours for the streetdogs, giving them medecines,sterilization program,finding an adoption family for the many pups and dogs left behind in the streets or at the beach. Giving the dogs a safe shelter at the lucky dog recue centre annex vetclinic.

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