This gallery was post by an Imgurian, he saved a golden retriever in the middle of a flood on the east side of Atlanta. The poor dog was found sitting by a mailbox in the rain, looking pathetic. He has been in the woods for over 3 months because he ran away from an animal hoarding situation. And after an amount of bathing and a 3-day of tick picking, he was finally cleaned up and tick free. Then he became a member of the family along with another golden, they look so cute and so peace together. It’s so wonderful that he recovered and be happy again. This is probably the most adorable gallery I’ve ever seen, awed for every single pictures!
We found Bran in the middle of a flood on the east side of Atlanta. He was just sitting by a mailbox in the rain, looking pathetic. I pulled over and called him to me, he immediately came, wagging his tail. He looked incredibly skinny and rough. Long story short, we found out he had been in the woods for over 3 months because he ran away from an animal hoarding situation. I immediately loaded him up and took him home. This is a picture of him in the tub. He was too dirty to be anywhere else and no amount of bathing cleaned him.
This was the next morning. Looking rough and extremely exhausted. He pretty much slept for 3 weeks straight after we found him.
The following morning I took him to a vet for his first check up. He was 25 lbs under weight, not chipped, not tagged, and had most worms a dog could have. That included, hook, round, ring and heart worms. We then proceeded to brush out all his knots. His tail had become one big dread lock. Next was all the tick picking. This tiny amount quickly escalated to around 200 ticks over the course of 2-3 days of picking.
3 days later, already looking so much better.
We had to keep him isolated from the other dogs until he was cleaned up and tick free. My other golden kept him company.
He got a name! Bran! He was found on Brannen street.
He quickly became my shop dog because of how calm and passive he was.
Treating a ring worm flare up 🙁 Sorry buddy.
He doesn’t mind the cone one bit.
He helps out with the laundry.
Bran and Addie, my other golden.
Just like most goldens, when I come home, he must find the nearest object to bring to me. If he can’t find his toys, the next in line is a shoe or a remote.
He got the coins taken out of his coin purse and was on meds so I had to take him to work to monitor him. He did so well at the office.
He’s a snuggle king. Then again, so is Addie, so they fight for my affection.
They end up snuggling each other a lot, when I’m busy.
Good feet warmers.
Hello, let us in so we can go back out again.
He loves baths.
Happy Holidays! We’ve had him for about 6 months now and he’s gained a lot of weight. I’m happy to announce that he is 100% every worm free and is the most amazingly sweet dog ever. He’s just over 1 year old now!