Seunggi, a young Doberman, lived with his fur dad and siblings. But when their neighbors started protesting his presence, his father had no choice but to take him to live with his grandmother. He had to leave for everyone’s sake, including his own.
Everything started off fairly well at Grandma’s. He got along well with her, and she took excellent care of him. She fed him at least twice a day, bathed him several times per week, and took him to the veterinarian for checkups.
A few months later, though, Grandma observed that Seunggi had begun to lose weight. Compared to when he first arrived, he became emaciated and sad-looking. She believed he was ill, so she took him to the animal hospital, but the veterinarians discovered nothing wrong with him.
Grandma conducted her own research and purchased a more expensive dog food brand for Seunggi. She even added cooked noodles and chicken to the mixture. But despite always finishing his meals, he did not gain weight. In fact, his ribs became visible to the naked eye as he lost weight.
Grandma’s desperation grew swiftly over the course of three months. She no longer knew how to help Seunggi, so she went to animal specialists. Even though doctors believed he had trouble absorbing the nutrients from the meals he ate, they did not really rule out the possibility that he was homesick.
Grandmother called her grandson and invited him to visit. When he arrived, Seunggi, who had been frightened, unsteady, and feeble for several weeks, regained the strength to stand up and even started running toward his father. He was ecstatic to see him again.
After his father’s visit, the dog reverted to his previous behavior. Grandma and her grandson made plans for Seunggi to return home this time. It was their final effort to prevent him from sliding deeper into depression.
True enough, love repaired Seunggi’s damaged heart. In just two weeks, he gained a substantial amount of weight. Because he was reunited with his family, he regained his happiness and health.
Source: Kritter Klub