Severely Burned Pit Bull Defied The Odds And Is Now Loving Life
Justice Like most dogs, the Pit Bull is more than meets the eye. Although he does not resemble a regular dog, he is magnificent in his own right. He simply had a rough start in life, which was entirely his own. Justice had been abused and abandoned, but he made it to the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter.
At the shelter, he finally learned what it was like to be loved and appreciated, as every dog should. Justice is now enjoying life and triumphing over the odds. He can only hope that his horrible assailants would pay a price for their crimes.
In 2018, Justice was spotted wandering the streets of Indiana. He was about two years old, and his body seemed to have been burned deliberately by severe chemical burns. It’s a miracle that he survived. The organization immediately provided justice with the medical care needed. At first, he must be bandaged. Then gradually but steadily, his skin began to heal, and some of his fur grew back. It will never look the same as before the tragedy, but it does not matter. The staff at the shelter admired him because of his identity, and it turns out that the rest of the world also worship him.
“At first he was very sad,” said vet Jessica Lynch. “He must have come a long way. Today he has more personality. Now he is a very happy and lively boy.”
As planned, Justice was quickly adopted and quickly adjusted to his new home. During the nursing home, he built a large fan base, so his parents continued to share the latest news about him on the nursing home’s social media. They have made it clear that despite the ordeal, this beautiful puppy is currently enjoying life. Because justice’s past is so turbulent, training it is a difficult task. When told to do something, he was often stubborn and defended himself. This is why a famous dog trainer named Lexi worked tirelessly with him for more than a year to train him. He gradually fell in love with her, and now he is more willing to obey. Lexi stated that Justice only conducted one training with her.
Every day, Justice becomes more at ease in his own home. He’s much more affectionate than he used to be, and he even asks his adoring parents for belly rubs. Rolling over may appear to be a little gesture, yet it is a sign of weakness in most dogs. Having his tummy caressed demonstrates that Justice fully trusts his humans. He knows that he will never be hurt again while he is with them.