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Abused Dog Who Suffers So Much Pain, Doesn't Want To Stop Hugging His New Owner

Border Collie Rescue & Rehab, a rescue organization in Texas, decided to bring in Kong, a sweet dog who had had a very tough life, in Aug 2017. The Border Collie had suffered from sunburn which affected his skin to be bright pink, a painful skin disease, and fur loss while he had been living in Oklahoma in a shelter there.


The one-year-old pup started being normal after the work of Border Collie Rescue. His fur began growing again and his skin started healing. The rescue organization made him an adoption profile online when he started becoming better.


Kong's profile was seen by Craig Hartsell who directly fell in love with him and decided to adopt him. He said that he fell in love with him from the first photo he saw. He added that Kong's foster mother said that his personality and temperament are so perfect.



Hartsell was very happy when he went to take ZIB from his foster mother's home and they were taken a photo of them by his friend. It was a very nice moment when he took ZIB into his care as the dog hugged him and bowed his head, said Hartsell. He added that he will never forget this moment. Thanks to Hartsell who was able to change an innocent soul’s life.



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