Puppy found with chemical burns being treated at Brother Wolf rescue

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(WSPA) – An area animal rescue is asking for donations after a 2-month-old puppy was found with chemical burns in a garbage can.

According to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s Facebook post, the dog, named Hope, was found by a Good Samaritan in the garbage can with burns covering her small body.

Hope was taken to a partnered shelter in Tennessee, who then reached out to Brother Wolf for help in saving her life.

“At just 2 months old, she has already known so much fear, pain, and suffering. Safe in Brother Wolf’s care, she will finally know love and compassion for perhaps the first time in her life,” the animal rescue said in the post.

The animal rescue said her treatment will include pain medication, antibiotics, topical ointments, wound flishes and a surgery, which is scheduled for later on this week.

As of 8 p.m. Thursday night, the rescue’s goal of raising $2,000 had been surpassed and they have so far raised $3,661.55.

If you would like to donate, click here.

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