Bait Dog Is Finally Transformed And Now Loves Being With Other Animals

In Alabama in August of 2013, an investigation into dogfighting yielded results and 367 dogs were rescued from the second largest dogfighting ring in United States history.

One little guy has proved that although rehabilitation has been a long and arduous road,  proves that dogs can make a full recovery from being involved in dogfighting.

Evan struggled back in 2013 and stayed away from dogs and people.  He would get agitated if he had to go out.

Poor Evan had a severe skin disease, and his teeth were filed down. Because of that, all of his teeth had to be pulled, which gave him the nickname “Toofers.”

Heather and Charlie Stephenson took in Evan and brought him back to their home, when his foster parents Mandy and Kevin Malecek moved homes.

Evan was still very skittish around other dogs, so the Stephensons kept him away from their 6-year-old pit bull and 13-year-old dachshund.

Evan was able to be fully integrated with the other dogs after only three months. When he returned to live with the Maleceks, Evan had no trouble being around other dogs.

Evan travels between the Maleceks home and the Stephensons, where he visits his old friends he loves.

Evan has made a full recovery and is ridiculously happy in his new homes. He is a huge inspiration for people working to rehabilitate fighting dogs everywhere!

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