Myles was used as bait over and over and over and over.
Another horrific 911! We got a plea last night asking for help with this sweet dog who had just entered a kill shelter in terrible condition. Here is Myles... As you can see, he’s really beat up. Myles appears to be a bait dog per the shelter and is cut up with wounds all over his battered. His entire body is swollen body and his fur is stained red from blood. We need your help!
Cowards used him as bait because he was so sweet Sadly at the shelter no one wanted him. He was going to be put down due to his injuries. Our partners at Rescue Dogs Rock took one look and knew he needed out and needed emergency care. Volunteers rushed to the shelter and transported Myles to their Emergency Vet. He cannot put any weight on that back leg and is completely riddled with wounds of various ages. Meaning he was attacked over and over and over and over.
Will you help us save Myles? Despite his pain Myles is such a sweet boy. He is the happiest when he’s getting treats! He loves getting belly rubs, an giving the most kisses. Surprisingly enough he loved other dogs even though his only experience with other dogs has been violent. We have so much to learn from our four legged friends. Now we are asking for your help in saving Mr. Myles.
If you could help with Myles’ extensive vetting, we would greatly appreciate it. RDR simply does not have the funds to cover his enormous care. We have stepped in to help in our own little way. We have created the Animal Abuse Awareness shirts, hoodies, totes and bracelets you see below. We ask that if you would consider one of these items to purchase. It's a great gift to give to family and friends and you get to tell them they helped save Myles’ life.
Rescue Dogs Rock NYC
Rescue Dogs Rock, Inc., rescues puppies and dogs from high kill shelters, owner surrenders, puppy mill throw aways and medically neglected and suffering dogs and give them the proper medical care, then we do our best to find them the perfect home. We are deeply committed to healing the physical and emotional wounds these animals have suffered.