"Golpar" now lives in Puerto Rico

"Golpar" was brought to the shelter with a totally wrecked body three
years ago. The team was advised to euthanize her but they did not agree.
For two months they hand fed her as she was not able to eat on her own.
She ended up with bedsores. They bathed her and massaged her every day.
After two moths she was able to get up and walk. That's when they
noticed her left arm was terribly infected. In order to save her life
the vet decided it's best for that leg to be amputated.She is a smart
and amazing dog.

Photo essay: Dogs adopted from Iran's first animal shelter