She added that the group, which saves hundreds of animals every year, keeps in touch with locals to monitor the dogs after they're returned home, and that most of the street dogs fare far better than poor Perry.
"'Live and let live' is the way of life here as far as the community relates to animals and of course the rescues we show are the worst of the worst cases in the entire city, not the norm by any means," she added. "There are thousands of animals who live on the street who are totally healthy and happy. The ones who are not healthy and happy are the ones we rescue and who then have every chance thereafter of being healthy up in to old age."
And while India's street dogs might lead a very different life than what we're used to for our pets, at the end of the day they just need someone to look out for them - and fortunately, they have people like the team at Animal Aid Unlimited. And if Perry's recent photos are any indication, this transformed pup is well on his way to a happy, healthy life.