Pit Bulls Are Rescued After Being Dumped In A Park By Dog Fighters

Officer Russ “Wolf” Harper, is the co-founder of Justice Rescue. He has seen a lot of bad things in his time. He was recently the first one on the scene to find the two pit bulls dumped at a city park just outside of Philadelphia.

The dogs were found emaciated and with cuts all over their bodies, and the two pit bulls stuck close by each other’s side.  “Anytime someone tried to get close, her friend tried to cover the other.  It was almost like she was going to take the beating for the other one,” Harper said.

“I got down on my knees and called in my girly 10-year-old voice,” Harper said. “And Layla comes over to me with her tail wagging but her eyes clenched like she thought she might get hit.”

Harper’s girly voice worked and both dogs accepted his kind offer for help. He covered them with his police vest in an attempt to keep them warm and then rushed them to the local vet’s office.

The dogs, named Gracie and Layla, were in rough shape when Harper found them together protecting each other.  But with kind hands and professional care, it is hoped that they will one day thrive.

“They’re so shocked that they’ve been rescued,” Harper said. “They’re loving the affection. They don’t know what to do with it.”

Once the dogs are released, they will go back to Harper.  He will rehabilitate them and hope to be able to adopt them out to the right homes.

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