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Sick Boxer Left In Trash Bag Outside of Shelter Brings Tears To Rescuers’ Eyes


hen some rescuers found a trash bag, tied up on a pole, they decided to see what was inside. Their were shoked when they opened the plastic bag and saw two little boxers dumped inside. In the begging the resxuers weren’t sure if the pups were still alive.

Both dogs were   in   a horrible shape, the stuff of the   Unleashed Pet Rescue were really touched from the story and decided to name the pups Hope   and   Triumph.

Hope was barely moving and Triumph could barely stand. “These two boxers were dumped on our property at some point over night or early this morning,” Unleashed Pet Rescue wrote on the morning they found the   2   dogs. “Hope was left during a trash bag and Triumph was tied to a pole. Hope is emaciated then weak she cannot move, she is on antibiotics and pain meds. Triumph cannot move his back legs.”

The pups were immediately brought to the vet to get checked up.
Hope was definitely in dire condition. Not only did she have pyometra (infected uterus) she also had a really bad infection in her elbow and an ultrasound showed masses on both adrenal glands also together in her brain. The masses are likely cancer, but rescuers are awaiting test results to find out how far her cancer has spread.

“We hope the cancer has not progressed so she will have her last weeks, months, year during a home and spoiled rotten, ” says CEO and founder Danielle Reno.

After some days under controll, the rescuers shared some good news about the dogs. Hope had fortunatelly gain whole 7 pounds and was able to walk, however she still had to take her antibiotics for her infected elbow and pyometra, but she is in far better spirits.

“All altogether , she’s showing the planet that she’s a fighter!” says Reno, adding, “She’s bright eyed and improving every second of each day!”

“He is on medicine and can be working to create up the muscles in his back and legs, as you’ll see it’s tough for him to urge around,” they wrote. “The plan is physiotherapy with water therapy. he’s such a sweet dog and is functioning on recovery in his family .”

Reno assures everyone, “We will keep everyone updated and can not hand over on these sweet babies, they deserve an opportunity to be loved and live happy lives.”