Who does not know his history and does not remember his photos. The dog Palla has recently been operated on, but now she is fine and is recovering
The news came a few days ago from the Duemari Veterinary Clinic: Ball was subjected to a difficult and delicate surgery, but now he’s fine and recovering. Everyone knows her and knows her story. Everyone remembers his rescue and especially his condition.
In a post on Facebook, the Duemari Veterinary Clinic he wrote:
And since we are here and we know that Palla is the darling of many people, we tell you that if you have had an inkling of something that was wrong in these days you were right. Our fantastic mascot on Monday underwent a major surgery that practically knocked out the clinic and especially Monica, who is our first surgeon. Operating your dog is never the best, but on the other hand, he wouldn’t have entrusted it to anyone else.
We thank our colleague anesthetist Pasquale who rushed to support our team. And all our staff who participated with great anxiety in the matter. As you know, the results of Palla’s terrible adventure were greatly feared by an anesthesia. But now he’s fine. Monica has recovered from the stress of the operating room and we are waiting for the histological exams. Let us pray and thank Divine Providence. Here we wanted you to know, it went well. Thank God.
Numerous comments from hundreds of people appeared under the post, which they wanted to leave hearts and support for the sweet little dog.
The story of the dog Palla
Palla is now the mascot of the whole of Italy and everyone knows its history. The dog was found in January 2016 in Sardinia. It had a nylon tie tied around the neck, a kind of collar too tight and perhaps worn when she was a puppy. He became one for her instrument of death, a noose that almost decapitated her and caused her to be deformed.
The lace too tight did not allow the blood to circulate properly and this resulted in severe tissue fibrosis and a disproportionate swelling of its snout. It is precisely for this reason that it was decided to call it Palla.
Its history has left an indelible mark in the hearts of Italians and has become a real symbol.