Charlie the Pit Bull was fortunate to have been rescued by a Good Samaritan. Nikki Rubino found the injured dog next to a dumpster, such a pitiful sight with dirt, wounds on his head, and flies around him. Thanks to a Facebook post that alerted her of Charlie’s situation, Nikki, who is an ex-veterinary technician, hurried to where the dog was and assessed the severity of his injuries. Charlie was barely conscious and tied to a pole using a makeshift string. Against all odds, Charlie mustered the strength to raise his head, which was indeed a miracle.
Upon noticing the alarming state of the two-year-old Pit bull, Nikki and her friend promptly took him to the Philadelphia Animal Hospital. Since then, the canine has been in a critical condition. Nevertheless, he has received tremendous support from a group of concerned individuals who are aiding in his recovery.
The Philadelphia Animal Hospital recently shared a post on their Facebook page regarding an upsetting yet crucial picture. They expressed their empathy towards the innocent animals who are being mistreated and highlighted that this is not a solitary case. Additionally, they provided an update on Charlie, a charming dog, informing that he is now in a stable state and receiving utmost care from the veterinary team to ensure his full recuperation.
The Pennsylvania Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is currently conducting a thorough investigation to determine who is responsible for harming Charlie. The PSPCA’s humane law-enforcement unit is leading the investigation, and they have identified Charlie through the microchip that was implanted by the PSPCA as part of their clinic services. It has been revealed that Charlie was likely used as a bait dog by dog fighters, based on his injuries.
There has been an outpouring of donations for Charlie, a rescued pet. The Philadelphia Animal Hospital is now recommending that anyone who wants to donate in the future contribute to City of Elderly Love: Save a Senior Pet. The organization expressed its gratitude for those who rescued Charlie and brought him to the best possible place for treatment. Even though Charlie is not a typical rescue case, the hospital will treat him free of charge, and City of Elderly Love will take care of him once he recovers. The organization is hopeful that the Humane Law Enforcement team in Philly can bring Charlie’s abusers to justice.
Charlie, the rescued dog, is currently under observation by doctors in order to avoid sepsis due to his injuries. Although his recovery period is uncertain, many positive signs have surfaced indicating that he is recovering well. On the third day after his rescue, he was seen trotting around the hospital with joy. Charlie’s rescuers are optimistic about his recovery as he is strong and has already overcome the worst of his wounds. To aid his recuperation, he will undergo surgery tomorrow to remove more dead tissue from his face. A series of procedures will be necessary for him to make a full recovery, but his rescue group has assured that he is comfortable and is receiving plenty of cuddles.
The veterinary facility informed us that Charlie will undergo a surgical operation the next day to remove a significant amount of the dead tissue present in his face and snout. Despite the fact that he will need more surgeries, this is a step in the right direction. Charlie has been eating properly and is feeling much better than before. We should express our gratitude to caring individuals like Nikki, as well as the rescuers and medical personnel who are committed to saving Charlie and ensuring that he has a bright future.