A black Tang dog about 10 years old was found lying down yesterday (25th) In an abandoned house near Kwai Chung Estate in Central. Some residents reported seeing the Tang dog being injured by a wild boar three days ago. The animal protection agency has rescued it and sent it to the hospital. It still needs to be kept in the hospital for observation.
Yesterday (25th) afternoon, the animal protection agency received help from citizens, pointing out that a Tang dog in Kwai Chung Village had been killed due to Seriously injured after being attacked by a wild boar.
Volunteer Kent rushed to the scene immediately and led the helper to an abandoned house on the hill near Central Kwai Chung Village. The black Tang dog Bowling was lying on the ground in pain, his eyes were stuck with inflammation and he could hardly open his eyes, and his limbs were weak. It was also covered in excrement and emitted a foul odor. Kent and fellow volunteers immediately stepped forward to pick it up; but it immediately started wailing and seemed very weak.
The veterinarian suspects that the wound was caused by wild boar tusks
According to the villagers It was pointed out that the bowline began to appear in Central Kwai Chung Village about three years ago and was probably abandoned. At that time, a man living nearby discovered it and fed it regularly in the following years. The man has since Having moved away from Central Kwai Chung Village earlier, he returned to his former residence to visit Bo Ling on the 23rd of this month, but found that Bo Ling was missing. Upon questioning, some villagers claimed that they had seen Bo Ling being attacked by a wild boar and hiding in an abandoned house on the mountain after being injured. Inside. The two rushed to the place together and asked for help at the rescue station.
Kent said that Baoling still needs to stay in the hospital for observation for the time being. What he is most worried about right now is that there will be nowhere to house bowling dogs and other hospitalized dogs during the Lunar New Year, because most clinics will also be closed during the New Year, and all the hospitalized dogs will be forced to move elsewhere. If you are interested in becoming a Respite families can contact Furkid Guardian through Facebook.