Dog was found abused and dying by stream, gains energy to wag its tail upon rescue

A seriously injured, crippled elderly canine was abandoned by a creek in Turkey. He should not have actually been alive when the rescuers found him, by all accounts. He may never fully recover, the rescuers stressed given the severity of his wounds.

However, when they took the canine back to their clinic to examine his injuries, he waved his tail in their direction. Then, the rescuers began to doubt his chances of survival.

The senior dog was taken in by rescuers to the Let’s Adopt! Global rescue facility, where he was provided the name Khan in honor of his “fighting spirit.” Khan was not able to draw himself into a sitting or upright position.

However, his energy and desire to live stayed unwavering, and his rescuers were committed to seeing him through to recovery.

Weeks of long, slow healing and rehabilitation passed, and Khan smiled and wagged his tail every action of the way. Despite how cruelly a human had treated him, Khan understood that his rescuers had only love and compassion for him, and he willingly trusted their every move.

Khan began to move slowly and very carefully about the rescue facility thanks to his durable attitude and the tender care of his rescuers.

Khan was embraced by a kind young woman when he had actually fully recovered, and she will make sure he never experiences suffering ever again.