It’s heartbreaking to learn that there are individuals in the world who would harm animals, particularly dogs, a creature who simply wants to love us unconditionally.
A dog was dumped into a garbage receptacle in Warren, Ohio, as if it were a piece of trash. Given the size of the container, it’s clear that the dog couldn’t get there on his own, thus this is a case to look into.
The dog was startled, terrified, and distressed. No one could comprehend why someone would do such a thing to him when he had other alternatives. He would have simply placed her for adoption or contacted the nearest local shelter.
Because she was emaciated, had some sort of disease, and her rear legs weren’t moving correctly, you could tell she hadn’t had the ideal existence. He also had old and new cuts or wounds all over his body, creating even more suspicions about his traumatic past.
As a result, the puppy they called Phoenix was sent to the veterinarian right away for a medical checkup to establish her condition.
Phoenix does not have any fractures, according to tests and repeated X-rays, and his spine and pelvis look to be in good form. She is, however, very dehydrated and emaciated, according to the refuge workers. They’re treating his exposed wounds and keeping a tight eye on his rehabilitation. In addition, the veterinarian discovered a fractured canine tooth that needed to be pulled.
People have been requested to submit further information about the event, as well as donations for the dog’s medicine and treatments, according to AWLTrumbull. Several officials are initiating investigations to attempt to find out who committed this act of cruelty and prosecute them to the full extent of the law.
But it’s not all bad news for Phoenix; it was just revealed that a kind individual has offered to cover all medical costs.
On Facebook, the shelter’s employees wrote:
“A special thank you to the kind donor who has committed to pay for all of Phoenix’s medical bills! All additional donations will be used to investigate your case and assist in the treatment of other pets that come to AWL like Phoenix.