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I am Juliana Dobersky, a puppy that was adopted by two human travelers 5 months ago, when I was very small. They found me in a little lost village in México during their road trip. They have been taking care of me and been giving me tasty food and tons of love!! We have been sharing a van since then and now, we are settled down somewhere far from San Julián, where I come from. It seems we are gonna spend some weeks here.
The plan is amazing! They are taking me to Europe where I will be living in a nice home plenty of land to run, play and smell all I want. I am so excited!
Everything has been really cool so far, they took me to amazing places! I've been swimming in the Caribbean, lakes, rivers, cenotes and much more! We used to run a lot and climb big rocks, which I love. But now, I do not know why, my rear right leg stopped working properly and I cannot play with my dog and human friends and even pooping became a big deal. Now we are settled down in this amazing place full of grass and trees and two other big dogs. I do not know what is going on...
Well, we are Mari and Antonin, Juliana's human parents. And that could be Juliana's story told by herself. Now, as humans, we are taking a lot of care because, one week ago, suddenly she started to have motor difficulties. We took her to the veterinary and made some tests that do not show what is going on. Medication was prescribed anyway and further test will be required soon.
We are in US, at the end of a long trip where we have been volunteering a lot with NGO's like Fundación Montecito (Sogamoso, Colombia) and other private projects based in nature and animal respect. In Mexico (and in South America) there is a big problem with street dogs, society seems uneducated regarding our pet friends, and a lot of them are abandoned when they are not puppies anymore and NGO's and societies helping it, do not reach the most of the territory. They reproduce in wilderness and every mile, when driving, you would find several (a lot) bodies lying death nearby the roads.
That is why we decided to take responsibility and adopted Juliana. Our plan is to go home with her and settle down where we all will have plenty of land to play and grow. Now is the end of a long journey in the American continent so we can't afford the expensive tests Juliana needs to identify and heal her problem. We are being supported by a couple of veterinaries in my homeland (Spain), these are: Susana Sánchez and CNR veterinaris; they are following the case and giving us advice to find the solution.
Next test is costing around 2000 dollars. And further tests and medication could be needed.
We want to make a call for help, we could all help this puppy rescued from a dark future and bring her to the brightest future ever!
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