condition of abused puppy has been released

Update on abused puppy with horrific jaw fracture

The Arrow Fund has released the condition of an abused puppy who suffered a horrific jaw fracture, believed to be the result of being kicked in the face. The Kentucky-based non-profit organization updated worried Facebook followers with the latest information about the abused puppy, who is being called “Banjo.”

The informational post reads:

The 1st picture is Banjo hours before surgery and the 2nd picture is of Banjo waking up after surgery which technically included several surgeries.

This morning we transported Banjo to Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Service. We put him in the care of Dr. Patrick Odenweller.

Banjo underwent several surgeries including a left mandibulectomy to remove a portion of dead bone near the fracture site and the right mandibular fracture was repaired with an intra oral acrylic splint and surgical wires. Banjo’s tongue was repaired and stitched and he also had his front left canine extracted because it was fractured.

The agency is hopeful that Banjo will be able to eat on his own soon – if he is not able to eat, a feeding tube will be utilized until his condition improves. According to The Arrow Fund, Banjo is a “sweetheart” despite his horrific injuries.

 

Note from The Arrow Fund: This level of care is very costly and donations are always appreciated. Donations can be made on our website at Thearrowfund.org and checks may sent to The Arrow Fund P.O. Box 1127 Prospect, Kentucky 40059 .

Original story about this abused pup at this link.

Please subscribe (with your email address) to receive all of the latest animal-related news.

More news and updates at this link to National Animal News Facebook page – here.


Rescuers find horror behind walls of high-dollar residence – read the story here.


Cutest baby/calf photo shoot ever? Click here for more gorgeous photos.


College student missed her dog – read more what she did here.


The cutest friends you’ll ever find – check out the darling photos here.

7 replies
  1. Kathleen Drude says:

    This little one will be fine, dogs are very good at bouncing back! I wish i could say there are no more or will be no more little ones who will need such help! Banjo will find the perfect forever home!

    Reply
  2. Tracy Whitcomb says:

    I am so glad to hear he is doing better. I HOPE YOU FIND WHO DID THIS AND DO THE SAME TO THEM. Stupid Idiots!!!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *