Injured Pit Bull was rescued from the dumpster
All they had to do was pick up the phone, call me, call the Trumbull County Dog Pound, call the Welfare League, someone would have been more than happy to take the dog away from them,” said the animal control officer Jason Onatz.
The officials are trying to track down whoever did this and persecute them to the full extent of the law. Apparently, the dog didn’t have the great life and care it deserved and was found underweight and in pain, with its hind legs not working properly.
To add insult to injury, or more accurately, an injury to an insult, the dog had fresh and old cuts on its body, raising even more questions about the situation that it was in.
The dog was immediately taken to the vet and had a serious check-up. Most of the aforementioned problems the pit bull had were confirmed. The wounds on all four limbs, his neck, and back area were infected. The vet also found a broken canine tooth in the dog’s gum, which needs to be extracted. X-rays were scheduled to diagnose the problem with the pit bull’s hind legs