Hiker Found ‘Dying’ Dog With Bullet Wounds, Carried Him For An Hour To Find Help

Andi Davis was hiking through the isolated rocky hills of Phoenix, Arizona, when she stumbled upon a 2-year-old Pit Bull that had been shot multiple times and was bleeding profusely. She was horrified to discover he had numerous gunshot wounds and was hemorrhaging badly.

Andi gave the dog some water, but she knew he was on the brink of death. She decided to take matters into her own hands, scooping him up and rushing down the mountain at top speed. For an hour, she carried the 47-pound dog, desperately hoping he would survive.

The Pit Bull was taken to the Arizona Humane Society for emergency care, where doctors treated an open wound in his stomach and removed bullet fragments from his neck and spinal cord. Throughout the ordeal, Andi remained by his side, encouraging him to fight for his life.

Thanks to Andi’s selflessness, the Pit Bull was given a second chance. She named him Elijah, after the prophet, and decided to bring him home with her. Surrounded by love and attention in his new home, Elijah quickly recovered and flourished.

Elijah is now the best of friends with Andi’s 10-year-old daughter, Jessi, and the family’s four other dogs. This heartwarming story of survival serves as a testament to the power of love and determination. Thank you, Andi, for not giving up on Elijah.

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