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Henry was found on the streets of Mexico in bad shape.  He was cared for by a foster in Mexico for 2 weeks and she did a wonderful job helping with his Sarcoptic Mange.  

Once we picked him up, he was taken right to the vet, where he was diagnosed with Anaplasmosis as well as Ehrlichia, both very common tick borne illnesses.  He had blood work done and we moved forward with Henry’s healing.

Henry, although looking similar to a chupacabra, healed wonderfully. He was a good boy during his medicated baths and surprisingly enough, loved taking his medicine!  Henry is a must see kind of boy; his front legs are adorably short and he has the most adorable, soulful big brown eyes!

Although it did take some time to get Henry healthy, he finally did and found a wonderful home!  


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