Dog that has lost part of its nose as a result of abuse is adopted into a loving home

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Dog, who lost part of his nose to Chinese meat dealers who sent him to be slaughtered, is adopted by the British owner and raises £ 4,500 for reconstructive surgeries from Instagram fans

A female dog who lost part of her nose due to abuse by Chinese meat dealers has undergone a life-changing facial reconstruction after her owner funded £ 4,500 for treatment.

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The Belgian Shepherd Dog named Angel was rescued from Changchun, China, in 2015 when activists confiscated a truck full of dogs destined for the slaughterhouse.

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The six-year-old dog underwent emergency surgery in Beijing before Rushton Dog Rescue brought her to England for adoption.

Hollie Cornes, 25 years old, from Witney, Oxfordshire dog.

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Hollie said rescuers attributed the “terrible” injuries to the dog’s face to metal tools that dog hunters used to grab pets and reluctantly throw them against walls.

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Angel had learned a lot how to deal with his injuries, but the skin around his nose was bleeding frequently and he found it difficult to breathe.

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Hollie, who created an Instagram page for Angel that now has more than 30,000 followers, decided to contact world-renowned veterinary specialist Fitzpatrick Referrals to see if they can help.

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They told him he would have to pay £ 2,500 to fund a CT scan and diagnose the severity of Angel’s ailments.

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But the sum was paid by one of Angels’ generous social media followers and the results showed that her ‘nose’ was sealed with scar tissue and only had one 2-hole hole. Mm to breathe.

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Hollie, who Angel describes as “the cutest dog she’s ever met,” decided to start a GoFundMe campaign to pay for the dog’s facial reconstructive surgery.

Hollie, who set the goal at £ 4,500, said, “We raised the money very quickly, which I wasn’t expecting.

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“ Without the fundraiser and their support system, this wouldn’t have been an option …

“She has so many people who love and care for her [on social media]; simply for this reason I thought it would be possible to increase that amount.

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‘We were told their first scanner would cost £ 2,500 and an Instagram lady sent the money straight away which was amazing.

Personally, I think this surgery changed his life.

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“ I didn’t want to strain and operate on him anymore, none of that was for cosmetic reasons, I liked his old look, it was just based on his quality of life. ”

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Hollie said the injuries Angel sustained when she was around two years old meant she would hear him wake up at night to breathe.

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He contacted oncology and soft tissue experts over Christmas and booked a CT scan for Jan. 4 that revealed the extent of the internal damage.

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