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"Abyad" is a herding dog who used to take care of more than a hundred of sheep- that belong to a poor family- showing the maximum amount of loyalty and friendship to his owners.
"Abyad" was a victim of an old system of cutting down the over population of animals, while herding his sheep, "Abyad" was shot and was unable to move, crying from pain. His owners – the shepherds - directly brought him to The Humane Center for Animal Welfare to be treated.
After the examination, it was discovered that the bullet hit the spine and caused Abyad to be crippled for life.
Afterwards Abyad's owners realized that they would not be able to keep him anymore and take care of him while having other responsibilities so they abandoned him to HCAW where he lives now, getting love, care and being the remarkable receptionist for HCAW's guests specially kids and school students.