Woman Rescues Barely Living Dog from Mass Dog Grave

For every dark cloud, there is a silver lining.

In this case, the dark cloud is a shockingly large dumping ground outside Dallas, Texas, where certain residents unceremoniously discard their deceased or unwanted canines. In the woods off Interstate 20, there is a plot of unkempt land that is now the final resting place for many of Dallas’ dogs.

The silver lining, however, is Marina Tarashevska.

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Source: Dallas News

Marina routinely ventures off into these woods in search of any way to identify the monsters that so heartlessly threw away a loyal companion as if it were yesterday’s trash. ID tags, distinguishable markings – anything to help local police build cases against these animal abusers.

She frequently wallows through a sea of rot and maggot infested corpses, just to bring these sadists to justice.

What’s more, occasionally she will find a dog that is still alive!

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Source: Dallas News

A film crew heard about Marina’s harrowing exploits and decided to document one of her trips to the mass grave. As chance would have it, on this venture, Maria happened to find a pup that was still clinging to life.

Watch the Video Here [Warning Graphic Content]


Now appropriately named ‘Hope,’ the dog that was pulled from the bramble that day is now on the mend. After a trip to the vet, she seems to be improving. Clearly, there is still a long road ahead, but all signs point to a full recovery and a happy hereafter for Hope.

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Source: Dallas News

If you want to stay tuned in to the wonderful work that Marina is doing, check out Dallas Dogrrr – Rehab.Rescue.Reform on Facebook.

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