These adorable four-month-old puppies were cruelly abandoned in a box outside the vets suffering from a serious skin disease which left them completely bald.
Albus, Winky and Dobby who were named by the RSPCA were found suffering from a condition called demodectic mange caused by mites which turned their skin red and resulted in them losing all their hair.
Two of the Staffy-type pups were abandoned on February 7 by an unknown man wearing a tracksuit and a hoodie outside West Mount Vets in Halifax West Yorks., at 5:30 pm.
A week later, inspectors of the branch believe the same man returned to dump the third puppy at 5 pm.
Gena Cameron, branch administrator, said: “Their skin was so red and angry-looking when they first got here, but their fur has already started growing back at the base of their tails.
“It’ll be some time until we’re able to rehome them, but things are definitely going in the right direction.
“They were really nervous when they arrived and shaking.
“I’m so happy to say that they’re improving every day.”
The trio were taken to RSPCA Leeds, West Yorks., were they are receiving daily medication and regular medicated baths to help manage their fur loss.
Sarah Bagley RSPCA inspector said: “It’s unbelievable that someone has dumped these puppies in this way, not once but twice.
“It’s taken a long time for the mange to take hold like this, in fact, it’s thought these puppies have probably had it for most of their lives.”
Ms Bagley added she was “very concerned” about other animals the suspect may have in their care, given the severity of the puppies’ condition.
She urged anyone with information to call the appeal line 0300 123 8018.