Everyone has said that they feel better after getting a haircut. It is possible that people are so excited to see salons and barbershops open again since there is no sensation like having your crowning pride cleaned up and groomed correctly. It seems that we are not the only ones who value neat and tidy appearances. In addition, our dogs find pleasure in the fact that they are well cared for. Unfortuitously, not many dogs have owners who are lucky enough to be able to take them to the groomer on a regular basis so that their fur coats may be trimmed and groomed to perfection. Dogs who are in need of rescue are regularly abandoned in public places without receiving even the barest minimum of care for their general look and well-being.

And for dogs, this may have a detrimental effect on their health since, if their hair is continually matted, it can serve as a breeding ground for parasites such as fleas and ticks, or it might simply be unpleasant for the dog. Lazarus, a Great Pyrenees, was one of these neglected dogs who hadn’t been groomed for six years. As a result, his hair had grown into a cluster of absurd mats that caused him tremendous discomfort and were impairing the way he was able to move. Unfortunately, Lazarus was one of these neglected pets. Lazarus had been living with his owners, but unfortunately, owing to their severe medical problems, they were unable to cater to the enormous dog’s needs. Lazarus found himself homeless. But luckily for Lazarus, Amanda Charsha-Lindsey, who works for Big Fluffy Pup Rescue, saw him and was able to take the dog in and provide him the attention that he so sorely needed. As a direct consequence of this, Lazarus was able to shed 35 pounds worth of heavy, matted hair.

After being confined to a stall in a barn for the last six years, he was offered a new beginning and the chance to have a fulfilled life. Because he was in such dire need of a trim, Charsha-Lindsey consulted groomer Candice Skelton for help in untangling all of his mats so that she could give him a haircut. To say the least, the footage was astonishing, especially when one considers that he required the assistance of seven individuals for his grooming. Another reason is that Lazarus was changed to the point that he was no longer recognizable as Lazarus after the transformation. Charsha-Lindsey states that Lazarus is rather reticent and not extremely sociable, but that if he has gained the confidence of another person, he is a likable and kind individual. On Facebook, she did say that after Lazarus became used to doing laps around the yard, he will “start gaining some muscle tone back.” The lovely canine would also need to go through “vetting and some rehab time” before it could be shown to the general public.

By Anna

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