His Only Fault Is That He’s Being A Pitbull, Dog Gets Shot Ends Up Losing Both Right Limbs


Pit bull 50 was created with the intention of helping people. When his mother was saved by a generous family, she was carrying him. From among his littermates, Fifty was eventually chosen by the family.

When the unexpected happened, the playful puppy was enjoying life with his humans and another dog sister named Izzy.

When a patrolling cop spotted Fifty, he grew scared and shot him in both of his right limbs. This was a perfect instance of pit bull discrimination because Fifty was a nice and friendly dog.

However, this awful incident changed his life forever, and the poor dog had both of his right legs amputated due to bullet wounds.

When his world was once again turned upside down, Fifty was just learning to balance on his two surviving legs. This time, Fifty and Izzy's owners were compelled to give them up to the shelter after losing their home as a result of the recession. Fifty was forced to start again after losing the only consistency in his life.

Fifty found his inner light during this difficult and unsettling time in his life. He vowed to rise above his predicament and refused to be a victim of it.

He would at first support himself on the walls, only to repeatedly stutter. Thanks to his unrelenting commitment and persistence, he was soon able to run and walk normally again!

Fifty has got his cherished forever home after nine months of repairing himself at the shelter.

He made a promise to be a good guy to his new brothers and humans every day after falling in love with them at first sight. He adapted to his new existence, which featured lots of thrilling experiences and snuggle times.

The large boy has jumped at the opportunity to be the ideal foster brother to other unlucky creatures like himself because Fifty's new parents routinely foster dogs in need.

Despite his disabilities and the many setbacks life has dealt him, Fifty is a remarkable survivor who holds his head high.

Let's celebrate the triumph of this underdog and show that Pit Bulls are much more than just a "hated breed."

See how Fifty astonishingly managed to thrive once more with two left legs in the video below.

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