In Skye's case and in almost all the cases that Viktor takes on, I believe that vets here in the States would recommend euthanasia citing that the animal would not have good quality of life.
This is absolutely untrue.
You will learn in the video that no vet in Europe would take Skye's case,
except for Viktor's vet
Skye will begin his surgeries this week.
Click on the photo to see 6/14/17 update
Click on the photo to see 7/24/17 update on Skye.
Skye was rescued by Viktor Larkhill who can be found on Youtube.
Published on Jun 6, 2017
The human monster approached him carrying a shovel and, in one
devastating blow, cut his skull in half, taking his right eye and the
zygomatic arch, destroying muscles and nerves and causing fatal jaw
With our help, I have seen miracles occur with the horrific cases of anmial cruety Viktor takes on. You can donate below and watch Sky's progress on his Youtube site:
Viktor Larkhill 3 days ago (edited)
Yes, this is the face of animal cruelty, but it is also the face of Inspiration. Even though half of Skye's face is gone, what is left of it shows his sweet and patient demeanor. It is possible, in a painful and frightening situation such as this, a dog would become frustrated, petrified and lash out at humans. Not Skye. He knows that these people are trying to help him. And these people are angels. Watch the video of head surgeon, Dr. Jorge Llinas, clean the wound and stitch it up. Doctor of Traumatology, Antonio Canadillos observes Skye's jaw that he will have to unlock.
The next time you become agitated, frustrated or angry,
compare your situation to Skye's.
Skye is my hero.
He is a beautiful soul.
I strive to be like him, although I fall dreadfully short.
There are several more surgeries to go, but in the end, he will be whole again.
I don't know of anyone else that would have taken Skye's case on other
than Viktor and these Doctors.
This has been one of the most heart-wrenching stories to watch. This sweet dog had half of his entire head cut off. One of the most difficult aspects of saving him was that there was so much nerve damage Skye could not open his mouth. The diligent and caring veterinarians and staff performed an operation on him that had never been done before on a dog and Skye is now able to open his mouth and eat on his own!
I had my doubts as to whether Skye would ever be a happy dog again, but now I think he will be. The love and caring that Viktor and his team of veterinarians, and assistants, have given Skye has truly paid off.
Thank you, Viktor! And many thanks to all those that have donated to Skye's recovery.ype your paragraph here.