Somebody searching through the junk in Coachella, California, heard the calls of a little burned puppy. Inside a plastic bag, they found a severely burned five-week-old pit bull mix little dog. They carried the harmed little dog to a nearby store for help.
However, Alejandra Espinoza Zazueta’s mom works at a jewelry store and quickly called her for help. She showed up to discover the dog with extreme copies on her back and incapable to utilize her rear legs. Zazueta named her “Hope” and contacted Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation, a shelter that focuses on helping abused and abandoned animals.
The rescue shared a post on the burned puppy’s initial case
“It appears as if she was burned with a caustic substance or a metal object like an iron. She is only a few weeks old, had a portion of her tail cut off, and can not walk due to being beaten and assaulted.”
Also, the innocent puppy has suffered from pain and torment and is now being treated at an emergency hospital. Her wounds are extremely severe and she is on 24-hour monitor and care.
“At this stage, she is prone to infection so she needs daily wound management as well as fluids antibiotics and pain medication. So far, she has been responding fantastically to treatment and after a long road, we expect a full recovery,”. Brian McGrath, owner of McGrath Veterinary Center said.
The long and hard recovery journey of Hope.
So, she has a person who loves her and will be there every step of the road. Zazueta stated that she is adopting the burned puppy after she recovers. “She has a home and we’re waiting for her eagerly. We have everything [for her], we’re ready, and we’re just waiting for the day that they call us and say we can go pick her up.”
Presently, the rescue is searching for the biggest responsible one. Officials are checking out monitor videos from the area, but need people’s help. “We are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible.”
This is the second time they find puppies abandoned and thrown in the trash box near Coachella.