Nutmeg spent 12 hours in a ditch with a broken pelvis.
My heart breaks for this tiny puppy. She must have felt so alone. Felt so hopeless. It is suspected that this poor gal spent over 12 hours lying there alone and cold before rescuers found her. It is a miracle that she survived as long as she did.
Rescuers have named her Nutmeg. She was hit by a car. It was a hit and run. Sadly no one stopped to help. She pulled herself to the side of the road and crawled into a snowy ditch.
AARCS received a phone call from the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force. They were told about a young puppy who was found in a ditch after being hit by a car. This story gets worse. Rescuers rushed the puppy was rushed to the SAVE Emergency Clinic in Okotoks, Alberta.
She’s being treated for a fractured pelvis and will need strict crate rest and around the clock care for at least six weeks as her bones heal. “We want to thank Team Task Force for bringing Nutmeg in to us so she could be given the medical attention she so desperately needed,” wrote AARCS.
This story is heartbreaking. Someone hit her and left. We know this happens all the time it doesn't make it any easier. We have partnered with AARCS to create this campaign to raise the funds needed for Nutmeg’s care. Everything you see here from a tee shirt, hoodie, tote or bracelet triggers a donation to save her life! Please help us give this pup the second chance she deserves.
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