After being severely beaten by her abuser, Nancy the Doberman ended up in a junkyard with a broken back.
The monster was well aware that no one would come across the emaciated dog in the deserted dump, and that she would eventually succumb to her injuries. Nancy, on the other hand, was desperate to live.
Until someone came to her rescue, the poor dog had been walking around with her back broken.
Nancy was paralyzed as a result of the beating, but she began crawling through the shattered glass and metal shards scattered throughout the junkyard. She was bleeding and crying, but she was determined not to give up. Fortunately, someone noticed her and rushed her to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The dog was rescued and taken to the hospital because she needed emergency surgery.
We see Nancy’s traumatic time in the hospital as she tries to come to terms with her paralysis in the video. Nancy’s movements are severely restricted after the vets perform a difficult surgery to repair her damaged spine. Her back legs were completely immobile. Her caregivers make the decision to send her to a rehabilitation center for further treatment.
After the surgery, the dog is being monitored and treated, and we hope she will be able to walk again.
Nancy’s front legs gradually healed after a rigorous few months of continuous water therapy, massages, and treadmill exercise. Her back legs, on the other hand, remained mostly unresponsive. Because the rescuers didn’t want the sweet girl to suffer, they got her a wheelchair so she could play and socialize with other rescue dogs!
After surgery, the dog is attempting to walk again in her new wheelchair.
Nancy’s physical therapy will be continued by the rescuers. She has already shown promising movement in her back legs and can even move without the assistance of her wheelchair! Throughout her treatment, Nancy has been a true trooper. We hope she recovers completely and finds a loving forever home!
Watch Nancy’s heartbreaking story of abuse and her incredible recovery in the video below.