But April, an Arizona State Parks ranger, immediately took it upon herself to nurse the dog back to health, writes puppydogs.info
The Australian Cattle Dog/Catahoula mixed mysteriously showed up beyond the Lost Dutchman State Park ranger terminal, a station which is 4 miles from the closest gas station.
” His tail was put under, he was literally shaking,” Loew informed ABC 15 Arizona. “He was kind of getting on his back legs like a kangaroo.”.
” I was crying … the park manager right here was crying,” she claimed. “We simply couldn’t believe that someone would certainly leave this little guy because he’s so, so sweet.”.
She took ‘Ranger’ to the vet where his broken bones were treated, but he had no microchip or tattoo to identify him. Loew is footing Ranger’s veterinarian bill and plans to keep him. She wonders why anybody would be as heartless as to leave a dog in such a way.
Loew is footing the vet bill to nurse the canine back to health; his legs will certainly take a couple of months to recover. Even though it stays a secret just how Ranger wound up in the park, and who dropped him there, Loew claims she is happy to take him in and give him a residence.