In the middle of the night on Tuesday, a dog with a broken jaw hovered near a parked car in McAllen, Texas; his jaw stuck open and bleeding profusely. The pain was so excruciating, there seemed to have been no relief; that is until a kind couple spotted him and called out for help. Rescue Dogs Rock NYC immediately agreed, and the little dog whose life was saved outside of Little Caesars Pizza, was rushed to Pet Doctor 911 on Tuesday evening.
Caeser has since been transferred to the rescue organization’s San Antonio veterinarian at Callaghan Road AnimHospital. Surgery is scheduled for Friday morning to repair his severely fractured mandible in three places. It is estimated the dog will need at least two surgeries to repair the damage.
“Caeser is lucky to be alive,” Rescue Dogs Rock NYC co-founder Stacey Silverstein stated on the dog’s update. “Caeser cannot eat or use his mouth even to drink water and is being fed through a feeding tube at this time.
According to the veterinarian evaluation, Caeser is only four months of age. It has been stated the puppy has been a victim of blunt force trauma with experienced medical professionals saying there can be no other explanation consistent with the injuries the dog has suffered.
More updates to follow.
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