Update: Dog with broken jaw waited in Texas parking lot for help

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.

Read previous article here.

More updates to follow.

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10 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    Police must find the scum who did this to this poor puppy and do the same to them. The pain this poor pup must have initially felt and not knowing why this was done to him. Hope and pray his operations go smoothly without and infections and he gets adopted by a loving family. Looks like such a nice pup who will get scooped up immediately once he is back to normal. Thank you emergency vet and RDR of NYC for the selfless work they do for all these animals.

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  2. Red says:

    Donated yesterday….sending lots of prayers for this precious young puppy to have a safe and successful surgery!!!

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  3. Christine Brown says:

    i would love to do the same thing to the person who did this to Caeser. You are in my thoughts and prayers and hope that the operations will go well and you make a full recovery Caeser

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  4. Marni Montanez says:

    oh beautiful pup, I am praying for you. that your Jaw is healed and whole, you find a forever great loving home and that the person who did this is brought to justice. God bless you sweet soul.

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  5. pennysdachshunds says:

    I would say some TEXASS__SON OF A BITCH kicked this poor little guy or hit him with a ball bat , board, or tool … I hope there is A sizeable reward offered I MEAN ENOUGH BUCKS to entice ONE of this PUTRID RAT SHIT”S to turn them in…. AGAIN NEW YORK has to STAND UP FOR the DEMONIC RESIDENTS OF EVIL IN TEXASS LITTLE ANIMAL”S LEFT IN THEIR WAKE>>>>>

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  6. Nancy Raymond says:

    Another instance of the human trash that needs to be eliminated from this earth ASAP. Thank God there was a couple who cared – these are the sort of people we need more of – this poor dog was horribly abused and I pray that whoever did this gets their just dues delivered under the tires of an 18 wheeler – THAT would be justice. I hope that Caeser gets all the medical help he needs and finds the safe loving home he most definitely never had.

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