Woman Saw A Stray Puppy Crawling By The River With A Cut-Off Leg. She Brought It Home And 2 Weeks Later…

Leo Lee
By Leo Lee
December 2, 2016Styleshare
Woman Saw A Stray Puppy Crawling By The River With A Cut-Off Leg. She Brought It Home And 2 Weeks Later…

L.A. On Cloud 9, a non-profit organization that helps get food to homeless people and their pets, was in South Los Angeles, when they spotted a dog in the canal and made the call. They were told that a homeless man strangled the dog and cut off his leg before tossing him, into the basin.

Jordan was clinging to life. (Photo Credit: Hope for Paws)

This little guy had just spent 2 days inside the Los Angeles River, clinging to life on an empty potato chip sack. He had severe mange, bacterial infections, was malnourished, dehydrated and missing a limb.

Rescue basket. (YouTube Screenshot)

Hope for Paws co-founder Eldad Hagar used a ladder to get into the basin to retrieve the pup. That is when he discovered the severed leg. The dog was in so much pain that he had to be placed inside a basket and craned out. He was given the name Jordan (as in the River) while being rushed to the Veterinary hospital in critical condition.

Jordan is doing better. (Photo Credit: Hope for Paws)

The Veterinarian said it was a miracle Jordan was still alive. On his third day he was given a bath and blood transfusion. On his fourth day he was finally strong enough for surgery. And a few days after that ready to go to his foster home.

Jording is doing better now. (Photo Credit: Hope for Paws)

2 weeks later he got his stitches taken out, and treats for being brave of course. He continued getting stronger with physical therapy, and emotional support from his furry foster siblings, Frankie and Lola.

Jordan swim therapy. (YouTube Screenshot)

By all appearances Jordan is not even aware that he is missing a leg. If he is disabled he doesn’t seem to know it. He loves to swim and run. Jordan’s story is remarkable and inspiring.

Jordan is now looking for a home. (YouTube Screenshot)

Best of all we get to report that Jordan the Wonder Dog has been adopted! His new family has created a Facebook Page: Jordan The Wonder Dog for you to follow!

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Jordan the Wonder Dog! (Photo Credit: Jordan the Wonder Dog Facebook)

Special thanks to all who helped Jordan!

Goodnight Jordan! (Photo Credit: Jordan the Wonder Dog Facebook)

Check out the full video below!

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