[Update III] Hanam Emergency Dog Rescue (Part B)

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Small dog sitting in tray
Here we have the second installment of our Hanam site update, with brief reports on five more of the dogs rescued from that place.

Here we have the second installment of our Hanam site update, with brief reports on five more of the dogs rescued from that place.

This Japanese Chin is 1~2 years old and weighs 4kg. She had a very bad skin condition when rescued. She is now recovered and awaiting adoption. Even though kept in a wire cage she is housebroken and very friendly.

This Yorkshire Terrier had a very bad eye infection when rescued but no heartworms or other infectious diseases. She is 4 to 6 years old.

This beautiful little girl was covered with feces and had only one nail left on her paws when rescued. She also had a rat in her matted hair. She has now been adopted now by a friend of the volunteer who rescued her.

She little survivor had very badly matted hair and was covered with tics when rescued. She is 1~2 years old and very friendly. She is waiting for adoption.

When rescued this Maltese was in a cage with dead bodies, feces, and food trash. She had a tumor on her chest so she has had 2 operations. She was one of the first dogs rescued from Hanam.

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