After a dog was savagely assaulted by two other dogs, Greenville County Animal Care issued an urgent need for a volunteer to bring an injured canine to a vet clinic.
When two women out strolling overheard a ruckus at a residence, Legend was saved. They arrived to investigate and discovered two Pit bulls assaulting the dog. The three canines were transported to Greenville County Animal Care after being contacted by animal control.
When Alexay first saw Legend, he was covered in blood and bite wounds. His torso was riddled with bite marks, his left ear had been cut, and his right ear was hanging on a thread.
“You could see all of his puncture scars from his shoulders forward,” Rizzo told The Greenville News. “When he moved, blood flowed from a couple of serious wounds.”
“The emergency room vet wasn’t sure he’d make it,” she stated. “There didn’t appear to be anything broken. The physical toll of all of these events, however, was too much for him to bear: “A small body can only handle so much.”
Legend, on the other hand, is a warrior who survived his first match. Over the course of many days, he had surgery, was given fluids, and was placed on a feeding tube. Then he started to get better.
A few days later, his wounds had gotten worse. However, he gradually recovered. Rescue Dogs Rock NYC stepped in to assist him with his rising medical expenditures.
“We’re overjoyed with the outcome and grateful he’s still alive,” said Jackie O’Sullivan, co-founder of the group. It’s an incredible tale, and he’s made a huge difference.”
Legend has normal hearing but is scarred and has lost both of his ears. He, on the other hand, is overjoyed. Nothing makes him happier than to kiss Fran, and his tail is always wagging.
“If you judge a book by its cover, you can miss out on a fantastic narrative,” Fran remarked of Legend. “He’s the sweetest thing I’ve ever raised,” she continues. “He’s always requesting hugs and kisses.”
Fran says she thinks about keeping Legend every day since they have such a great attachment. She realizes she won’t be able to continue fostering for Greenville County Animal Care, which is desperate for fosters.
She hopes that more people will volunteer to foster for Greenville County Animal Care, which is in critical need of help.
Meanwhile, Fran and Rescue Dogs Rock NYC are working hard to locate Legend the perfect home.