When Tig, a 3-year-old Pit Bull, was rescued, he was emaciated and had several lacerations. Rescuers did their part to get him healthy, but caring for sick animals can become expensive. Luckily, Vet Ranch Rescue, a nonprofit organization that provides free care to homeless animals, provided their services to fix Tig’s broken teeth and neuter him. But despite all the hard work Vet Ranch does, Dr. Wendy says the rescue groups and fosters do the hardest part.
For more on Tig’s medical care and foster home, view the Vet Ranch video above. And, if you’d like to help dogs like Tig, please consider donating to Vet Ranch Rescue.