Blizzard (in Spanish, “snowstorm”) is a two-year-old dog from Detroit, Michigan. She got this name because she was rescued during a snowstorm, during which she almost died but was rescued by a neighbor.
When Blizzard’s owners’ neighbor noticed her tied up outside during a blizzard, he quickly contacted Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue, an organization that saves stray dogs from the streets. injured or ill
One member of the Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue stated that when they received the call, they could see the man’s care for the unfortunate dog and that he had been out for a long time and appeared to be in horrible shape.
“This concerned citizen was scared she might die if we didn’t go and save this small dog,” Theresa explained.
It is vital to mention that the owners’ decision to keep Blizzard outside the house is unlawful; since last February, a statute in the state of Detroit prohibits leaving a pet tied up outside for longer than three hours.
Knowing that the dog’s quick rescue was critical, the foundation’s volunteers hurried to the location as soon as possible. The rescue association’s director and organizer, Theresa Sumpter, had this to say about the dog:
“When we picked it up, we realized it was good. My helper was being licked by her.”
The owners of Blizzard, for their part, refused to speak to the volunteers, even when it came to rescuing the dog. It was the neighbor who made the call, the one who had to enter the house of the pet’s owners to convince them to allow Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue remove the small girl.
The most remarkable event for those in charge of saving Blizzard was when the house door opened and they saw the other pet of the household, a dog who was permitted to stay in the warm and pleasant interior of the house while the other dog was banished to the frozen outside world.
«The owner no longer wanted the dog outside, and they planned to leave her there. So I just responded, ‘Yeah, we’ll take the dog.’ “She’s obviously wounded, cold, and unable to walk outside in this weather,” Theresa observed.
When the dog was securely in the truck, she cuddled up and went sleeping. She was rescued and sent to a veterinarian, where it was discovered that her legs were swelled, infected, and frozen, but her recovery would be complete.
She was also brought to a temporary home, where she shares a room with two other dogs rescued by Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue, Noelle and Cholo.
“She is quite happy in her foster home and enjoys playing with the other pups,” Theresa explains.
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