Chino soon began treatment for his many ailments — and after only two weeks, he’s made major progress. While his eyes were severely damaged, some of his vision could luckily be restored with treatment and his skin is healing up more each day.
“It’s only been two weeks and he’s acting like a completely different dog,” Skow said. “He’s playful, happy and running around. When we first saw him we never thought he would even be able to run.”
Currently in a foster with other dogs and cats, Chino is continuing to recover and is expected to be healthy enough to be neutered in about a month. While Chino was scared when he first met Skow, he’s now comfortable and friendly around everyone he meets.