Crimea the dog was brought to Ukraine from the occupied peninsula. During the bombardment he got shell-shocked and wouldn't move.

On arriving to the site the Russian missile had hit, rescuers saw a completely destroyed house with an injured dog sitting on its ruins. The dog wouldn't move, so rescuers called the vet, who diagnosed the dog with a shell-shock and heart failure.

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"The dog was taken to the vet hospital. He is under medical observation now. Diagnosed with shell-shock and heart failure. So scared. Poor people, poor pets...," volunteers wrote on social media.

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When rescuers arrived at the scene of the explosion, they saw a dog sitting on the ruins howling pitifully. Later, animal rights activists arrived and took the deaf and blind dog with them.

The story of Crimea the dog

A resident of Dnipro, Ukraine, posted a photo of the destroyed house on Instagram with a comment explaining that the dog's name was Crimea. He was taken as a puppy from the peninsula occupied by the Russians. The photo shows the dog sitting on the ruins of the house his family lived in. Now there are only ruins left.

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"A shell-shocked dog sitting on the wreckage of his family's life. It is impossible to take him from there. He's crying and won't leave the place," the woman wrote.

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