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Dumped Dog Who Couldn’t Stand Up, Waiting For Help

 When he went near her, he saw that her back legs were swollen and bent, and also her front leg were in the same conditions.

A cute Beagle/Hound mix was found by an honest Samaritan at a construction site, a location known for dumping dogs. When this dog was found, she couldn't get up , and appeared to are call at the cold lying within the dirt for a couple of days.


He immediately involved help and Stray Rescue of St.Louis came to the place and rescued the dog. Until they arrived there, the caller had helped the dog with what he had with himself, giving his coat as a blanket. it had been obvious she had her legs broken, then she was taken within the jeep. She didn't even make a peep. They sent immediately to the vet clinic, and that they learned there that the young dog had multiple fractures to her two legs. 


 


Unfortunately, the damage was bad and there was a requirement for a raise-funding so she could make the surgery to repair the damage. Polar Express, that’s how they called the dog, features a long road ahead to repair and recover.

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  1. anyone who brings harm to any living creature needs to not be on this planet, and at the very least have done to them as they do.......I have six rescue dogs. Three of them I took from people abusing them. Abuse is everyone's responsibility to put a stop to.

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    1. Totally agree....example of pure evil

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    2. Soooo true....that is pure evil

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    3. Soooo true....that is pure evil

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    4. La prigione non è sufficiente, chi fa del male ad un animale deve ricevere lo stesso trattamento. Io spaccherei le ossa a queste persone!

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  2. I can not recall the country possibly Greece ? passed a law anyone caught abusing an animal gets an automatic 10 years in jail...case closed...

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    1. Florida's animal cruelty law: "This crime is a third-degree felony which is punishable up to 5 years in prison and a$5,000 fine. The crime is ranked a level 3 under the Florida Criminal Punishment Code."

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  3. A real man gives up his coat to help a dog! Notice how this good man was still concerned about the dog after she picked her up and didn't even think twice about his coat? This is a man God has made. Thank you for helping this sweet pup!!!!!

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  4. https://www.strayrescue.org/secondchances
    He was saved!!!!

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  5. https://www.strayrescue.org/secondchances

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  6. If we got rid of all the inhuman "humans" who commit acts of cruelty to animals (or other humans!) we would soon have solved the "population crisis" and would have a more caring and compassionate world!

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  7. Hi,
    Who ever write these stories, can you not write in fucking English, most of the time it doesn't make sense

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