The dog hawk is approaching dangerously enough to die in a fire. An 8-year-old child who was on the porch last week caught fire. Despite their best efforts, his family was too late to leave the house.
Taka made it out of the porch by himself and ran down the street. The dog was eventually discovered by a kind neighbor who took him to Care More Animal Hospital in Martinez, Georgia.
“He had burns on his face, chin, ears, and entire abdomen,” explained Emily Martin, a veterinarian at Caremore Animal Hospital. “At first I was worried about inhalation burns, so I didn’t know how serious his injury was.”
Taka’s eyes were also badly damaged … unfortunately, he became blind as a result of his actions.
When Taka began to have difficulty breathing, veterinary staff took him to the University of Georgia Clinic. There he was able to connect to an oxygen concentrator. Taka can return to Caremore Animal Hospital a few days later and they are doing everything they can to help him. Martin said. “When he came in, he was screaming in pain.” Martin spoke to Taka’s family shortly after arriving at the vet clinic, and they eventually took care of Taka for health problems. I put it in. Since then, Martin has decided to be more than a hawk veterinarian-she became her mother.
The hospital isn’t open 24 hours a day, so Martin takes Taka home at night. So he don’t have to sleep alone. The next day, Martin climbed the Taka kennel at the Veterinary Clinic and slept with him. Martin’s colleague captured a furry moment
For Martin, one of Taka’s greatest things is how gentle he is, despite all he has experienced. “Usually, animals bite when they feel pain. It’s too early to say how burns affect hawks in the long run, but Martin and other veterinarians say he eats and eats, I’m optimistic about his recovery, go to the bathroom alone.
“He definitely feels a lot of pain, but I hope it will be okay,” Martin said. Taka’s personality begins to shine “He’s lovely because he likes to rub his stomach and loves food,” Martin said. “He also likes hugs.” Martin was so attached to Taka that he thought of adopting him forever.
However, the woman raised five other dogs and her seven-month-old baby. So he admitted that his home may not be the ideal place for Taka, and that Taka needs a lot of personal care. Martin is determined to find him the best home and be around people who know his special dog. “He experienced something very traumatic and painful, but he didn’t give up,” Martin said. “It’s very difficult.”