On a scorching day in Dubai, Anand Raman was traveling to see his sister when he noticed a young, filthy dog frantically scrambling for cover beneath the parked cars at the workplace where his sister works. Anand was moved by the incident, so he brought him home.
When the dog spotted Anand, something quite unusual occurred; the worn-out pet rushed up to the guy like someone meeting a long-lost friend.
The dog’s joyful expression captured Anand, and as it fell asleep on his shoulder, he couldn’t have been more affected. Anand had no idea that day that he would save a life, much less put an end to a dog.
He was eating leftovers that some of his employees had left for him under a vehicle.
She came up to me with an eager, inquiring demeanor and her tail wagging. I first fell in love with him because of this conduct of his. He was content to have me pet him for a bit while we sat there on the pavement. As soon as I carried him to the car, he quickly slept off on my shoulder.
With the assistance of his sister and brother-in-law, Anand headed to the vet right away. While they were there, they learned why the dog was continuously stumbling: he had rickets in his front legs as a result of his extreme malnutrition. Thankfully, it was manageable and wouldn’t have any lasting repercussions.
“He immediately fell asleep on the journey to the hospital since he was fatigued when I initially picked him up. As the filth and grime fell off his body, I was amazed to see that his fur was really pure white.
The dog’s name is Anand After the dog spent so much time surviving on the streets, it took a while for him to realize that he was finally protected because of his white fur. He would first sit in a corner when he got home since he wasn’t yet aware that he had a loving family.
Snowy appeared scared to go back to the streets every time Anand took him for a walk, and it took him some time to comprehend that this would never happen anymore.
Anand understood it would take time and a lot of affection, but he was determined to succeed in making Snowy feel secure.
It was initially difficult to get it to fit into a house. He merely sat in a corner since he didn’t know where to go or what to investigate. When I took him on walks, I would often race back to the parking lot of our apartment complex after taking off my leash out of the constant fear that I would leave him in the street. This continued for some time until he understood that we wouldn’t let him leave quickly.