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New Video Shows How Miley The Husky Is Recovering A Year After Being Rescued From A Rubbish Dump

The original video of her rescue has been watched over 18 million times.

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A year ago the story of Miley, a stray husky who was rescued after being discovered in a terrible condition on a pile of rubbish, went viral.

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Miley was found close to death in Los Angeles in November 2013 and slowly nursed back to full health.

Eldad Hagar, co-founder of the Hope for Paws rescue organisation, told the Huffington Post afterwards: "When I got there, I almost couldn't believe what I was seeing. It's almost as if this place was struck by a tsunami.

"She was very lucky we rescued her when we did, because her condition would have continued to deteriorate until she would have died a miserable and painful death."

Earlier this month, Hope for Paws released an update on Miley's situation.

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The new video shows the rescued husky's remarkable recovery and how she is getting on 12 months later.

The clip shows her being reunited with Hagar alongside some of the original footage of the rescue.

The new video has been watched almost half a million times.

The original clip has received over 18.7 million views and counting.

You can see more of Hope for Paws' rescue videos on the organisation's official website.

Richard James is acting head of news for BuzzFeed Australia and is based in Sydney.

Contact Richard James at richard.james@buzzfeed.com.

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