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In September 2012 my husband and our Pastor was on their way home. On a lonely stretch of road in Laurel Hill, they came upon a small very malnourished male brindle pit pup. He seemed to be about 8 - 12 weeks old. My husband Ronnie told Pastor Jerry, I just can't leave him, all I can imagine is someone flying by and running over the little fellow. So even though we already have 4 dogs, all adopted at one time or the other, he brought who he called Chance, home. We doctored him and cared for him. He had diarrhea very bad for weeks it seemed. We kept him in the big wire cage n the living room. We gave him medicine and watched for worms. He had his first shots, 8-13-2012, that I gave him. We saved money and took him to the vet here in Raeford. He was getting better every day. By November 6, 2012 he weighed 9.25lbs. He was finally out of the woods and gaining weight, no diarrhea. He was started on trifexis and had his first rabies shot, Yeah, what a day. At 9 months, he is healthy as any other of our dogs now. Weighing close to 50 solid pounds. Thank God for putting him in the middle of the road in front of my Pastor's truck for my husband to bring home for us to care for.
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