From Abandoned to Adored – Neglected Dog Swoons Over New Family

This is what a dog saying, “Thank you!” looks like.

The call from a distraught woman came in to PETA’s emergency line late on a Friday night. She had given Justice, a 7-month-old puppy, to a former neighbor several months earlier, and now blood and pus were oozing from a gruesome wound on his neck. A collar that she had put on the growing dog four months earlier had never been loosened or changed by his new owners. And now it was deeply embedded in his neck and throat.

Two PETA fieldworkers set out right away on the more than two hour drive to the trailer home in rural North Carolina. Justice needed medical attention immediately, so they rushed him to a 24-hour veterinary clinic, where his collar was carefully removed and his wound gently cleaned out and bandaged.

He spent the next month recovering with a devoted PETA foster family until a blog post about him on PETA’s website caught the eye of a Washington, D.C., couple. It was love at first lick, and now Justice’s days spent chained alone and in pain are fast becoming a distant memory.

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