Sherman

Shot from behind his right eye, he needs surgery to remove and heal the damaged area.

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About the Campaign

Sherman was shot

 

He’s a very sweet, young German Shepard, shy and a bit nervous, but very gentle with people and other dogs. Sherman was found living under an old abandoned boat on a desert road many miles east of Los Angeles. He was sick and injured, so animal control was able to catch him and he went to a very full shelter in San Jacinto.

Of course, being a large and injured dog, he was not getting any adoption interest and the shelter scheduled Sherman to be put down. Sandra, who traps stray dogs for rescues, heard about him and got him from the shelter.

She could tell that his right eye was obviously injured, and he was skinny and sickly, so she took him to a vet right away. X-rays show shrapnel, bullet fragments in his skull and leg. It looks like he was shot from behind the eye, and it damaged the bone around it. In any case, the eye is “dead” and must be removed.

The bright, white object is metal shrapnel from a bullet

Also in his leg:

Sandra is not a 501c3 herself, but has arranged a discounted price for Sherman’s surgery. He is safe now in a foster home, and Sandra is covering his daily bills and his check up, but cannot afford the surgery he needs. Fortunately the price is quite reasonable, and as always we pay all donations only to the vet when Sherman gets his surgery. See estimate below:

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