For several months, a strange dog was seen standing by a California road. The poor animal had clearly seen better days. The dog was balding and had become extremely emaciated. His tail was broken and his skin had become scaly. Because of his appearance, people had taken to referring to him as a werewolf. He was simply too scary looking for anyone to give him a chance.
Finally, a passerby decided to intervene and post a photo of the dog online to see if anyone could help. Once Megan Bowe saw the photo on Facebook, she knew that she would have to help out in any way that she could. She founded the Bowe’s Adoptable Rescued Pups group and when she saw the condition that this dog was in? She was ready to break down and cry. The animal was truly on his last leg and would die without help.
Once she got closer to the dog, she came to the realization that he was not a werewolf at all. He was just a German shepherd that had fallen on hard times. At this time, she knew that the dog would need to be taken to an emergency clinic so that he could receive the help he truly needed. The dog was so relieved to finally receive assistance that he got into her car without putting up much of a fight.
The dog was renamed King at this time. The vet who was responsible for looking him over said that the animal had a number of diseases and broken bones. While the dog looked very old because of everything that he had endured, Megan was stunned to find out that the animal was all of a year old. Despite everything he had been through, he still had a long life ahead of him.
The vet is under the belief that the dog had been struck by a car and that this accident was to blame for his broken bones. Since no one had treated the injuries, they had already begun to heal incorrectly. Megan brought him home and quarantined the animal so that he would not get any of her other pets sick during his healing process.
He is currently making an incredible amount of progress when it comes to his recovery and it is believed that he will be ready for a forever home soon. Please share this inspirational story with your closest friends and family members today.