Dixon fights for life after an accident
Dixon is one of those who were destined to have a sad fate. In front of a dozen onlookers, a car hit him. From the blow, the dog barely got over, but still gave barely noticeable signs of life. Not indifferent people came to help him. The dog’s life was saved.
Homeless dogs are sometimes less lucky than, for example, cats. And all because they have a groovy disposition and inexhaustible energy, sometimes a complete lack of fear, caution and attentiveness. This played a trick on Dixon. He ran along his usual well-known route on business known only to him alone. Maybe he saw a friend or hid a bone in a secluded place. The grinding of wheels interrupted his path. Dixon got under the car in front of a dozen road users.
Accidents on the roads with animal victims happen very often. The reason for this is, of course, the chaotic and uncontrolled movement of the homeless. And secondly, the carelessness, inexperience and folly of drivers. Sometimes the latter are so cruel and indifferent that they even hide from crime scenes, leaving barely breathing bodies to die on the asphalt. This time, the driver realized the guilt of what had happened and immediately delivered the animal to the clinic and simply left it at the doorstep.
Veterinarians refused to give emergency assistance to an animal in trouble for free. They called the municipal services, and they called the local fund that helps animals. So a string of events almost ruined Dickson. After all, it was impossible to procrastinate with the baby’s health.
Dickson revealed many closed fractures with displacement. Fracture of the ischial bones with fragments, fracture of the ilium, pubic, fracture of the sacrum with displacement and fracture of the caudal vertebra, impaired ability to lean on the right chest and pelvic limbs, severe swelling. The kid was in the balance of death with such serious injuries. Now he is in the safe hands of the foundation, which has appointed an operation and proper costly care for the baby. Fundraising for his treatment is open. We wish Dixon great health, strength and patience!