A dog found with crust-covered skin has now grown a full body of fur after being rescued.
The emaciated pup was swarming with flies when rescuers discovered her curled up inside a van on a roadside in India. Her skin had turned "as hard as stone" from "advanced mange crusting," Animal Aid wrote on a YouTube video.
Volunteers from the rescue group caught the dog's attention with biscuits and transported her to a rescue center, where her skin was covered with a medicated lotion.
By day four, her skin was almost completely clear and smooth.
After just six weeks of treatment, she looked like a completely different animal - with soft fur covering her entire body.
For more information about the rescue group, visit their website here.