Crawling dog, with 2 broken legs, suffered for days in yard

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A grievously wounded dog suffered without veterinary care for days before anyone stepped in to help. On Friday morning, the Kentucky based non-profit, The Arrow Fund, provided details about the injured dog dubbed “Pixel.”

Incoming – in route now. Black Lab – both back legs broken – person watched this dog in their yard, unable to stand, suffer for days, trying to crawl before someone contacted animal control. His suffering we can only imagine.

Pixel was taken to Blue Pearl for veterinary help – the Arrow Fund hopes to find a way to give Pixel back some semblance of comfort and good health.

The Arrow Fund has noted that donations for Pixel and other dogs like him, are always needed. Donations can be made at thearrowfund.org or checks may be sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect , Kentucky 40059.

Find the Arrow Fund on Facebook here.

(Photo, the Arrow Fund)

 

9 replies
  1. agrippamom says:

    How could anyone let their dog suffer like this? Aren’t they going to charge and arrest the scumbags who allowed Pixel to suffer? People make me absolutely SICK!

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  2. Barkley's Mom says:

    I don’t know if this was their dog or not, but how do you watch a dog dragging it’s self for days and NOT do something. Disgusting!

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  3. penny's Dachshund says:

    Ya the owners probably used a baseball pat on him and then were waiting for him to die!!!! There should be a picture in the Kentucky paper so we all can see just what they Pukes look like!!!!

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  4. Cristen McConville says:

    Whether or not the dog was theirs, they should have called animal control. to allow any animal to suffer like this is obviously cruelty. If there is proof that Pixel is their dog, they NEED to pay all vet fees.

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