German shepherd found in ditch

Emaciated and injured German shepherd found in ditch

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An emaciated and grievously injured German shepherd was found in a ditch in South Carolina and efforts are underway to raise funds to help get him the veterinary care that he desperately needs. The dog, dubbed Achilles, was taken to Paws and Claws Veterinary in Columbia and he is being treated for malnutrition, and a gunshot wound to his shoulder.

On Saturday, Healing Species introduced Achilles to its Facebook followers:

We need help, all the help we can get to save this precious guy. Achilles was found in a ditch with a broken shoulder due to being shot and completely emaciated. We are with him at Paws and Claws right this moment getting him the help he needs. All prayers needed!!

As Achilles undergoes life-saving care, those fighting on his behalf are asking for two things…donations, and help finding who did this to him.

Healing Species wrote:

If you are able to share or donate please do. We need to get this boy the best care possible! Donations can be made through our website-www.healingspecies.org, mailed to our P.O. Box – P.O. Box 1202 Orangeburg, SC 29116, or directly to our vet Paws and Claws in Irmo SC. Thank you everyone! Please share his story to find out who did this to this precious boy.

Find the Healing Species website here.

(Image via Healing Species Facebook page)

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7 replies
  1. Nancy Raymond says:

    Just another prime example of the cruelty inflicted on innocent defenseless animals by frigging cowards who have no respect, consideration or compassion for those who have no voice. NO animal deserves to be treated like this – and NO hunk of maggot shit human should every get away with abusing an animal. I hope Achilles recovers completely and gets the safe loving home he so obviously never had. And to the human trash who did this – there is revenge on your plate – you may never see it coming but it is just around the corner.

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  2. susispot says:

    Sharing for donations. Even if they find who hurt him, fat chance anything will be done. They will just say he was chasing livestock, maybe.

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  3. Red says:

    I am so sick of MONSTERS in this world that prey on animals…..
    Anyone who has no compassion for an animal….has no heart and no soul.
    Period. No exceptions, no excuses.

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