This story speaks about a 5-year-old dog called Billy, who got shot in the chest while protecting his parents. The story begins when 2 armed men stopped, Felipe Sinisterra, 25, Billy’s owner, near their home in West Philadelphia, and told him to give them his phone.
Billy, who was in his walk, started barking at the burglars as he sensed danger. He was then shot in the heart by the men, who ran away to their vehicle and driving off.Veterinary surgeons weren’t sure Billy would make it, but the five-year-old dog proved to be a fighter.
Thankfully, Billy was taken to Ryan Hospital by the help of a nearby cop. The veterinarians at the hospital did what they could to stabilize and resuscitate him. More than 30 people including surgeons Lillian and Williams Aronson worked together to save the dog’s life.
Anyway, theytreated the dog was for the shot that tore through his spleen, stomach, liver, diaphragm, left lung, and heart. Unfortunately, he needed 2 surgeries to repair his organs as he lost a 3rd of blood.
The dog is still receiving medications and on antibiotics, but he is recovering very well as he is now back home with his family and showing his playful soul again. On the other hand, the police are still investigating to find the 2 burglars who shot the dog. We hope that they finally find them. Watch the video below.
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Two lovely dogs were playing outside together. Slayer, a Pit bul, and Paco, his best friend noticed something moving in the grass. Firstly, they didn't pay any attention about that. But when they realized what that was, they went into full protection mode to save their family.
A large toxic snake was inthe grass, and focusing on the grand boy of the Butt family. The grandmother directly sent the kid inside, when she heard that the barking of the dog was so loud and the dogs wanted to alert that there was something wrong. But, when she returned to the dogs she saw one both dogs had been bitten.
After the snake had been killed by Slayer, the 2 dogs began having a reaction to the poison. Melissa Butt directly took the dogs to the nearest veterinarian , but Slayer's condition was really danger, so Melissa decided to go to BluePearl emergency vet in Brandon, Florida, 40 mins away. She continued to push the speed more and more to save the pit bull who had protected the children of the family.
They gave the both dogs heavy doses of anti-poison, and sat to see the reaction of the pups. Paco was released after a day, but Slayer is still having big problems. He does his best everyday, but he slowly progresses.