In early 2015, a pit bull named Rudy was on the brink of death. He’d been dumped in a plastic bucket in New York City. The city shelter placed a call to SNARR Northeast and asked them to help.
Rudy was emaciated, unable to walk, and covered in gaping wounds and holes down to his tendons.
While his history was unknown, the staff was sure that Rudy was badly abused, neglected, and battered.
He was missing nearly all of his fur, had a horrible fracture in his front leg, a tear in his bladder and untreated Cushings disease.