Dog Blinded Through Suspected Dogfighting Yearns For Cuddle Buddy & Loving Home

Last november, 108 tykes were saved from the largest suspected dogfighting operation in Michigan and among them was a eyeless canine chained outdoors with only a broken-down doghouse for sanctum. 


 Dinghy Nation, an beast weal association grounded in Detroit with a charge to end conflict and save lives, saved all the tykes with the help of civil and state law enforcement. 

 The tykes were examined by a veterinarian who determined the sweet boy, who was easily eyeless, most probably lost his sight due to trauma endured in conflict. 

Jessica Brown, Director of Operations at Bark Nation, told us, “ We ca n’t imagine how traumatic it must have been for him, to live outdoors, not defended by the rudiments, and be completely eyeless.” 


 He was named “ Turkey Jerky Snack” ( also known as the KING) and snappily won the hearts of staff and levies. 


 Turkey is conforming to shelter life but would love to find a ever home. He's putting his traumatic history behind him and is ready to love someone unconditionally. Getting around a new place is grueling and shocking when you can not see, so Turkey has his own special cart that he rides in to go outdoors every day. 

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  • Anonymous June 27, 2022 at 12:50 PM

    What a beautiful dog. I pray he finds a home.

    • Anonymous July 3, 2022 at 7:37 AM

      I would love to have him

      • Anonymous August 29, 2022 at 6:32 PM

        Did you get him

      • Anonymous August 29, 2022 at 6:32 PM

        Has he found his forever home yet .

        • Anonymous March 1, 2023 at 3:05 AM

          I pray someone takes this precious baby. How terrible for this baby and what a shame this was not stopped a lot sooner.

          • Anonymous April 28, 2023 at 4:25 PM

            If he is still available I would love to have him. I already have a dog and a cat if he would be ok with that. Please let me know and I live in SC.


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