Two maintenance workers were working on a roadway in Sadieville, Kentucky, last Tuesday when they were shocked to witness a little dog battling for his life in a stream.
It was obvious that someone had put him there with the aim to kill him, according to The Dodo, so they both made the decision to resign their jobs in order to save him.
The puppy proved to be a sweet little dog. The men transported her right away to the Scott County Animal Shelter because she was hypothermic.
Scott County Animal Shelter assistant director Sherry Bishop stated:
“A guy grabbed the pup by diving into the sea. It turns out that the puppy was trapped beneath a plastic garbage bag that included a second bag of pebbles that likely weighted roughly ten pounds and was holding the dog down. But because they didn’t tie it down completely, the puppy poked its little head out of a hole in the bag.
“We instantly began blowing hot air on the dog once she entered the room using the hair dryer. He was unable to even raise his head. It was so pathetic that I was trembling like a leaf.
The dog was taken to a veterinary clinic by shelter employees for medical care, but nobody knew for sure if she would live.
He arrived at the veterinarian with an unusually low body temperature. She was unable to even raise her head. She was trembling erratically and appeared to be lost.”
The name of this stunning survival was Chapel.
“She completely changed, and she felt fantastic. She returned to the shelter, I re-heated some food, and she had a good meal. She took a snooze while lying down on this miniature gingerbread guy.”
Chapel is a purebred Australian Shepherd who also happens to be double merle due to a genetic abnormality. These puppies are typically blind and deaf, despite the fact that many find them to be aesthetically quite lovely.
“We evaluated her, and she is entirely deaf. Regarding her vision, I believe she had a limited but usable field of vision. in particular, shadows