today I got to meet another rescued Egyptian doggie!!! He’s not the most handsome dog, but man he was such a sweetheart.
In some countries, dogs and cats are treated like trash and abuse is super common. Baby was a street dog, relying on a few kind people to help him. Unfortunately, resources are limited and there’s only so much help he could get in Egypt.
He has scars all over him from being slashed with knives. He’s so calm and gentle, so I’m going to bet it wasn’t from a person trying to defend themselves.
He’s so thin and small, and you can tell his spirit is a little broken. But, he’s going to a foster home and hopefully he can finally have a loving home ;-;
All of the rescued Egyptian dogs are SO different from any American dog I’ve met. Doesn’t bark, doesn’t lick, super docile even though he’s very young still.
They aren’t afraid, but they don’t expect anything from you. It’s like they think “ok, this person will either hurt me or feed me lets see how it goes this time.”

today I got to meet another rescued Egyptian doggie!!! He’s not the most handsome dog, but man he was such a sweetheart.
In some countries, dogs and cats are treated like trash and abuse is super common. Baby was a street dog, relying on a few kind people to help him. Unfortunately, resources are limited and there’s only so much help he could get in Egypt.
He has scars all over him from being slashed with knives. He’s so calm and gentle, so I’m going to bet it wasn’t from a person trying to defend themselves.
He’s so thin and small, and you can tell his spirit is a little broken. But, he’s going to a foster home and hopefully he can finally have a loving home ;-;
All of the rescued Egyptian dogs are SO different from any American dog I’ve met. Doesn’t bark, doesn’t lick, super docile even though he’s very young still.
They aren’t afraid, but they don’t expect anything from you. It’s like they think “ok, this person will either hurt me or feed me lets see how it goes this time.”