San Antonio – In May, a sick and hairless dog covered in sarcoptic mange arrived at the San Antonio Humane Society. Now Denali is on the mend and needs a home.
Denali before treatment (San Antonio Humane Society 2021)
According to the SAHS, Denali was quarantined by the other animals at the shelter in a special dermatology station, where she received special attention and medicinal baths.
Sarcoptic mange is a skin disease caused by mites burrowing into a dog’s skin
Almost four weeks later, Denali began gaining weight and growing her fur again. Now she is a happy, energetic, and loving companion looking for a long-term home.
Denali is playing on the grass, completely healed (San Antonio Humane Society 2021)
You can visit SAhumane.org to find out how to welcome this resilient furry friend into your home.
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