The New York Bully Crew, a non-profit group that focuses on helping bully breeds, received a need for assistance in May last year. Two female Pitbulls, thought to be sisters, were found tied outside an abandoned house’s yard.
According to reports, the pets’ owner was deported. However, no arrangements were made for Shiloh and Savannah, the two dogs. They were chained in the backyard with no one knowing they had been abandoned.
The sisters didn’t have any food. They only had to drink the tainted water that was nearby.
The two canines were taken into custody by animal control. Shiloh and Savannah’s destiny appeared to be sealed, however, due to a lack of space in their facilities. Thankfully, Royal Animal Refuge, a Georgia-based rescue organization, stepped in to help.
New York Bully Crew was contacted by members of the Royal Animal Refuge. The rescue organizations collaborated to ensure Shiloh and Savannah’s safety. The manager of the shelter decided that neither of them should be euthanized, so she extended their stay.
The dogs were checked. Mammary masses were discovered in Shiloh, a red retriever. She also lacked teeth and was plagued by recurring skin and ear infections. Savannah, a black Lab mix, had an eye infection for a long time, she was totally blind and required surgery.
Both dogs were severely dehydrated and hungry and afraid. They’ve spent their entire lives attached to the same area and have never known what it’s like to be a dog and how to be in a different place.
Shiloh and Savannah now have a better future because someone stepped forward. They have been admitted to the hospital and are receiving medical treatment for their ailments.
However, the work of the rescue organizations was insufficient. The New York Bully Crew is attempting to reach out to everyone. Shiloh and Savannah are in desperate need of a foster family. Please contact New York Bully Crew by visiting their page if you are able to welcome them into your house.
Source: New York Bully Crew