A man told one family that he needed them to check up on his hunting dog. He was relocating and needed to see how the dog was doing. When the dog was finally found on an abandoned farm, it was obvious he was chained up for years without human contact. He was terrified, basically homeless and needed love and medical attention.
That’s when Ringo found a home. They named him, rescued him and decided to love him, no matter what the cost. After getting him used to people and feeding him normally for the first time, his new family took him to a vet. They discovered that he had a blood clotting disorder and needed to lose an eye, but they never gave up on him. They wanted to give him the home he deserved.
Look below at Ringo’s journey; you’ll fall in love with him just as much as they did!
Ringo was found in the fall at an abandoned farm; he was chained for over 2 years and was frightened to death of humans.
Underweight, physically ill and psychologically damaged, he couldn’t even go to the vet.
For the first few days with the people who rescued him, he wouldn’t even look them in the eye.
Soon, he warmed up to them.
From time to time, he would even give them a quick happy face.
After 2 weeks with the new family, he finally inched his way from the door to the couch.
He even ventured outside to mark his territory.
After gaining weight, he was finally read to make a visit to the vet.
His new family discovered he had a blood disorder and something was wrong with his eye, but they decided to keep him.
After all, he (now named Ringo) fell in love with their dog Windy.
When his eye worsened, they finally removed it.
He didn’t like the cone, but it was good for him in the end.
After 2 weeks, even with the clotting disorder, his swelling went down.
He started to gain a little TOO much weight because his body wasn’t used to absorbing nutrients, but his owners soon put him on a diet!
They even decided to pick out a birthday for him!
Tired out from his new exercise regime.
The family watches after a puppy of a close friend… Ringo is hesitant.
Although he is warming up quickly to her.
He even shares his nap-time now.
After a long, tiresome journey… Ringo finally found a home!