Pitbull rescue organizations can help to rescue dogs right on time. The pitbull rescue organizations like Fresno Bully Rescue got a call about a dog dumped out by an orchard. It was a difficult task to save the dog, but they luckily rescued her on time.
Bridgette Booth was on duty when the animal rescue organization received the call. She volunteered to take a look at the situation and drove down to the orchard. When she found the Pitbull, Bridgette laid down some food and waited for the dog to come near her.
The Pitbull was super shy and didn’t seem interested, no matter how delicious the food looked. Bridgette did not want to startle the dog by grabbing her or chasing after her. It wasn’t an ideal situation considering the trauma that the dog had just gone through.
After hours of waiting, Bridgette gave up that day and went home with a heavy heart. She spent the entire night thinking of new ways to rescue the dog.
Volunteers at the Pitbull Rescue Organizations
Matthew Decker, another volunteer, went back the next day to try and get the Pitbull. After searching the huge orchard, he saw the dog in the distance. Seeing the dog made him feel relieved until he realized that the dog wasn’t moving. Matthew ran to the dog while worrying if something had happened to her.
Once he got close, Matthew noticed that the dog was still breathing, but he had no idea how much time he had left. He picked the dog up in his arms and brought her to his car. The dog looked so weak that she couldn’t even stand on her own.
Matthew put the dog in his car, and hurriedly rushed to the nearest vet clinic. The dog didn’t move at all as the staff carried her to the exam table. The vet said that the dog had somehow ingested poison.
They got to work quickly and gave their utmost attention to the dog. The Pitbull woke up the next day and was cautious of her surroundings. Every person at the vet clinic was rooting for her speedy recovery while she continued to rest.
Rescued Pitbull Got a New Home and Owner
Once the Pitbull was allowed to go out of the vet clinic, she was ready to go into a foster home where she’d start a new life. They started calling her Madison. Christine Dresslar Moss heard about Madison’s story through her daughter.
She wanted to give the dog a proper home, so she decided to adopt her. It took a while before Madison got used to her new house. Once she settled in, she began following Christine everywhere.
Madison’s rescue story was inspiring to a lot of people and had made a significant impact on her new owner. Christine was happy to have the dog in her life while also giving her the best life a dog could have. Watch the heartwarming video below:
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