An eight-month-old Yorkshire Terrier named Lucy was taken from the road near her home last September 6. More than a month later, the dog was reunited with its owner all thanks to the dog’s microchip.
– A dog was taken near its home.
– Later, the dog was found in an alley dragging its hind legs.
– Thankfully, the dog was microchipped so animal control was able to…
One of the dog owners shared that he went after their other doggo, a Golden Retriever, that got loose. When they went back to their house, Lucy was nowhere to be found. Later, after hours of searching, they were told that they saw someone driving a car stopping to get the animal. They then started putting up missing fliers and social media posts regarding the animal.
The dog owners got a call on Monday saying that the dog was with Fort Wayne’s animal control and that the doggo needed immediate medical attendance. The dog was found by a Good Samaritan in an alley. The Good Samaritan said the dog was dragging its hind legs.
When the dog owners got to the dog, they took it to an animal clinic. They found out that the dog is paralyzed from the mid-section of its body downwards. The dog suffered from a kind of blunt force trauma that possibly took place two days before the dog was found.
The family is now looking to have a customized wheelchair for the doggo. The dog owners hope to find who the people responsible for the dog’s condition are.
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