At 7:00 am, while most people were rushing to prepare for a productive workday, a rescue team was in a hurry to save a pitiful dog named Talis. The team found him in Shymkent, suffering from severe jaw fracture and neurological system aging. The city lacked specialists who could deal with such complex fractures, so the team had to transport Talis to another city, hoping to save him from certain death
Talis had to lie on a heating pad to stabilize his body temperature while the doctors performed various tests on him. However, they were surprised to find that it was impossible to take even 1ml of blood from Talis. The dog showed fear, panic, and pain whenever they tried to take his blood.
Talis’s condition was so weak that the doctors could not perform jaw surgery on him. Doing so would likely have caused the dog to die on the operating table. Instead, they used a muzzle to support his jaw and help him feel less pain. Talis received daily blood transfusions, pain injections, and adjunctive drugs to aid in his recovery.
After two weeks of intensive care, Talis began to show signs of appetite and was able to sit steadily up. The team fed him liquid food through a syringe, and it was clear that Talis’s life was returning. This news brought immense happiness to everyone who had worked so hard to save him.
All information about Talis will be updated in the next videos, but for now, his rescue serves as a reminder of the importance of rescuing animals in need and the incredible dedication of rescue teams who work tirelessly to save them.