Wyatt was found on the side of the road in Santee SC. The woman who found him searched desperately for someone to help him as she tried to get him to eat and drink. He wouldn't take in anything and she had not yet been able to find anyone to help him.
Jasmine Weaver of Jazzy Pit Bulls Rescue out of Greenville, SC saw the womans pleas on Facebook and immediately begged someone to drive him to Greenville so the rescue could get him the help he needed. The rescue was finally able to find someone who was able to transport him.
Jasmine named the dog Wyatt, and began caring for the dog. Wyatt had so many fleas it looked like his skin was moving. Jasmine rushed him immediately to her vet, who stayed for several hours after closing time to give him a blood transfusion.
She left the vet around 9:30 that night, and the staff still trying to get an IV catheter in his vein to administer the blood. Finally around 10:30pm they were successful.
Wyatt will need lots more vet care before its over. He may need more transfusions, and is also heartworm positive, so he will need treatment for that once he puts weight on.
Wyatt will also need to be neutered and get all his vaccines and routine care. Please help us if you can. Wyatt has incredible will and wants to live, and Jazzy Pit Bulls will do everything in our power to make sure he does.
Wyatt got to leave the vet today!!! We were given the all clear from the vet to take him home today and continue to give him good food lots of water and medication to continue in the efforts to rehabilitate him. His PCV has gone from 7 to 16 and he is up and moving around.
The sweet dog has lots of vet bills as of today, with more to come before he's determined healthy enough to find his forever home. Jasmine plans to do everything she can to help him on his journey. Wyatt knows who saved his life, and gave Jasmine her first doggy kiss today.
If you can, please donate to Wyatt's veterinary bill.