Dog, who suffered a SHELL-SHOCK and was constantly convulsed by Russian bombing, has since recovered

The dog, which suffered a SHELL SHOCK and kept twitching as a result of the Russian bombing, has now recovered after a Ukrainian soldier brought the dog home to be cared for

  • The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front
  • The soldier brought the animal to his home, where he and his wife took care of it
  • The video shows the changed dog after recovering from the shell shock

A dog that went into shock as a result of Russian troops bombing Ukraine has since recovered after a Ukrainian soldier brought the dog home to be cared for.

The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front.

The soldier, deciding he couldn’t leave the distraught dog, took the animal to his home, where he and his wife cared for him and helped him recover.

A heartbreaking video shows the dog shaking uncontrollably – with the tremors shaking his entire body as he tried to rest.

But the video later shows the dog’s amazing recovery – with the dog’s shaking eventually dropping to such an extent that the dog happily wags its tail while out for a walk.

The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front.

The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front.

The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front.

The dog was found by the Ukrainian soldier, who was jerking uncontrollably, his body swaying from side to side while at the front

But the video then shows the dog wagging its tail and pouncing towards its owners, the tremors no longer visible after weeks of recovery.

Heartbreaking video of the dog first arriving at the couple’s home shows the dog twitching constantly while being walked on the floor, with labored breathing (left) But the video then shows the dog wagging its tail and leaping up at its owners, the tremors no longer visible after weeks of recovery (right).

Heartbreaking video of the dog when it first arrived at the couple’s home shows the dog twitching uncontrollably as it led on the floor.

The strength of the shaking meant his whole body jerked as his breathing became labored.

The dog’s head bows to the ground from exhaustion, but the shell shock from the Russian bombs meant that he couldn’t rest because of the constant shaking.

The video also shows the dog lying flat on the ground, its stomach clenching from the shaking.

Footage later shows the pup sat outside – but unable to walk properly because of the constant twitching.

But the video then shows the dog wagging its tail and pouncing towards its owners, the tremors no longer visible after weeks of recovery.

The Ukrainian soldier’s wife, who posted the footage online, said the dog was brought in from the front.

“He’s hard to look at to the point where it brings tears to my eyes,” she wrote, sharing footage of the dog shaking uncontrollably. “I wanted to help him. He was jerking, swaying and breathing heavily as a result of the powerful bomb blast.’

Sharing happier footage of the dog playing, whose body has stopped twitching, she added: “But care, love and treatment have done their job and now he is a healthy and happy dog.

“Help the animals as much as you can, especially at a time like this. Who, if not we?’

She shared happier shots of the dog playing, whose body had stopped twitching, adding,

She shared happier shots of the dog playing, whose body had stopped twitching, adding,

She shared happier shots of the dog playing, whose body had stopped twitching, adding, “But care, love and treatment have done their job and now he is a healthy and happy dog.”

Russian shelling has killed thousands of Ukrainians and forced millions to flee their homes.

The war is also having an impact on animals, and in April hundreds of dogs were found dead at a shelter in Ukraine after weeks of starvation in their cages by Russian occupiers.

Volunteer group UAnimals said up to 485 dogs were locked in their cages by Russian forces shortly after their invasion on February 24 at an animal shelter in Borodyanka, north of Kyiv.

There they were left without food and water for about a month as the occupiers left them to die, until April 1 when the Russian soldiers withdrew and the staff were able to return to the compound.

Footage released by the UAnimals on Instagram showed workers piling up a huge pile of dead dogs that had been taken down in the presence of the occupiers.

Meanwhile, images of half-mutilated corpses in some of the cages suggested some dogs had begun eating their dead cellmates in the complete absence of food.

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Andrew Kugle

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