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ABC 15: Dog Rescued On Mountain After Being Stranded For a Week

Written by: Kimberly Ring

 News Highlights:

  • Hikers out exploring the trails near Central and Hatcher stumbled upon an injured dog at the top of the mountain.
  • The dog, now known as Roy, was rescued and carried off the mountain by our Emergency Animal Medical Technicians™ who believe he was stranded there for a week.
  • Thin and unable to stand with an injured leg, Roy underwent medical treatment in the Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital ™ and spent the next few weeks recovering.
  • He is now healthy and ready to start the next chapter in life. Roy is available for adoption at the Arizona Humane Society’s Sunnyslope Campus!

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  Devoted to saving the lives of sick, injured and abused homeless animals, AHS’ Emergency Animal Medical Technicians™ respond to more than 10,000 animal rescues and investigations each year. They provide life-saving care on the scene before transporting the distressed animals to our Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™ for veterinary care. You can help support our EAMTs, trauma hospital and other lifesaving programs with a gift today.
January 18, 2017