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A dog covered all in tar is rescued by two boys and now he looks as good as new

Two boys were strolling around the streets of Lanus, Argentina when they came across a horrible sight; a dog who was covered fully in tar. It is not known as if the dog himself got dumped in the tar or someone threw him in tar and left him to die. What was known at the moment was that it needed help and it needed as soon as possible.

The boys took the pooch who could barely move hurriedly to the Zoonois Lanus Shelter. The volunteer of the shelter took at least five hours to clean all the tar off the dog.

A volunteer named Myriam Ortellado told media, “We bought lots of things and saw tutorials on YouTube as to how to remove tar. At first, it seemed impossible to remove then we use oil and step by step it started to work. We used five liters of oil to remove all the tar.”

The rescued dog was named Petro which means petroleum in Spanish. Vets were initially worried about intoxication as there was tar embedded in dog’s nostrils, ears and even in his intestines. However, Petro has defied all odds and now is living a healthy life.

Lately, the shelter has revealed that he will now be castrated and will be soon up for adoption. Scroll down to look at the incident from the day he was covered in tar to the time when he is all okay and looks brand new pooch.

 Two boys were strolling around the streets of Lanus, Argentina when they came across a horrible sight; a dog who was covered fully in tar

poor dog

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It is not known as if the dog himself got dumped in the tar or someone threw him in tar and left him to die

tar

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The boys took the pooch, who could barely move hurriedly to the Zoonois Lanus Shelter

boys rescued

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The volunteer of the shelter took at least five hours to clean all the tar off the dog

shelter

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We bought lots of things and saw tutorials on YouTube as to how to remove tar

remove tar

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At first it seemed impossible to remove then we use oil and step by step it started to work

impossible

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We used five liters of oil to remove all the tar

tar on dog

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The rescued dog was named Petro which means petroleum in Spanish

rescued dog

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Vets were initially worried about intoxication as there was tar embedded in dog’s nostrils, ears and even in his intestines

intoxication

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However, Petro has defied all odds and now is living a healthy life.

Petro

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