Urgent: Help and adopter needed for paralysed puppy (Tang Wei Hao’s)

Updates at 10.18pm: Wei Hao has just informed us that he is located in Ipoh. We are currently still waiting for more information before proceeding to arrange for help.

The original post:

I received this email from Tang Wei Hao, 17, yesterday, after I returned from the Wesak Eve event. Since there was no photo, I could not blog until now.

I have advised Wei Hao to contact Lydia Telleson for a consultation. From our uninformed and untrained view, since the puppy is very young, the chances of healing may be good. Of course, this is still conjecture at this stage until we know more, especially on the extent of injury and whether the damage is reparable.

If you are able to help take over this puppy or help in any way possible, please contact Wei Hao directly at his email below:

From: Tang wei hao <ahhaotang@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, May 12, 2014 at 10:55 PM
Subject: Please help this little dog
To: chankahyein@gmail.com

Hi , my name is Tang wei hao . I’m 17 this year . Sorry for disturbing but I really need yr help . My aunt just adopt a dog recently and the dog i think is just two months old . Two weeks ago an accident happened on the dog because of my aunt careless . we take the little dog to the doctor but unfortunately the doctor say that the dog cannot walk anymore because its spinal cord has been broken and affected its nerve impulse . But the point is my aunt don have any responsibility at all . she now want to kill the dog by sending it to the private dog clinic to give the dog an injection . she just don wan any trouble . I really hate her know . i wan to adopt this dog but my house is very small and i already have two dogs . I have no place for the third dog to live and i scare my family cannot afford the living fees for the dog since my family earn not much . The dog is very innocent . i hope that u can hlp me keep the dog . I just don want to see the dog die for no reason . I can tell u that the dog is still very active and playful . It cannot walk but it can move . it using its front leg to move but the back of its two leg cannot function . it also move very fast as i say its very active . i cant just see it die for no reason . can u keep this dog for me , sorry . Please help this dog .
Today’s emails:
From: Tang wei hao <ahhaotang@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 13, 2014 at 2:42 PM
Subject:
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>Is ok and nevermind . I understand your situation . But i scare that even your friend cannot help this dog because the doctor already confirm that the dog is not able to walk anymore . Can you suggest some other places or people for me to help me adopt this dog . Please also give me the way to contact them . I really want to help this dog . My aunt will put it to sleep soon and i don want that to happen . Thank you very much
We shared Sunshine’s success story and here’s Wei Hao’s reply below. I remember when we brought Sunshine (with a transacted and broken spinal chord) to the vet’s, the vet said the only option was euthanasia and that there was no way Sunshine would ever walk again. But after about 10 weeks of physiotherapy and dedicated nursing, Sunshine walked and soon, regained all her ability to function normally. Today, Sunshine is as normal as any other dog: http://myanimalcare.org/2012/08/09/sunshine-courage-ready-for-adoption/ (Lydia adopted Sunshine).
From: Tang wei hao <ahhaotang@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 13, 2014 at 6:29 PM
Subject:
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>Dear Kah Yein , 

Thanks for your advise . I already contact Lydia for help . I’m just waiting her reply now .
The dog still can walk in those photo i send to u . I hope this can help you . Thanks you very much for helping .
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Let’s give this puppy a chance and work together to help save him.

I have contacted Lydia and am waiting to see what transpires if a consultation is possible. It appears that the puppy needs a new owner. Let’s do our best to find the puppy a home and someone who is willing to work on his healing and rehabilitation, whichever is needed.

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