SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CNN) -The San Diego Police Department informs that a Chihuahua puppy was saved and rescued after it survived an 80-foot fall. The 3 month old male puppy suffered head trauma but he is recovering. The Ocean Beach lifeguards rescued the puppy and took care of him until help arrived and then he was evaluated by a veterinarian. The hero lifeguards believe that the pup was left behind since no owner was located.
The deputy director of the San Diego Department of Animal Services, Daniel E. DeSousa, informed that the puppy was under their care, but since the head trauma was serious it had to be transferred to an emergency vet hospital for observation and care. The cost of the treatment of the puppy will be covered by the Department's spirit fund. The puppy has been named Clifford.
There is a petition that was started by Bre Anna Williams that states that she is friends with the the two friends that saved the puppy. Eric Cavell Brown and Sabrina Mansir are the hero that rescued the pup and took him to the lifeguards. They claim that the San Diego Department of Animal Services won't allow the adoption. According to the petition they have named the puppy Champ.
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