In 2015, Tyrion was found roaming on the side of a busy freeway in Los Angeles, California, and was dangerously close to being hit by a car. The poor pup had no idea where he was going, and seemed a bit confused as to why he was there in the first place.
Los Angeles based rescue organization Hope for Paws received a call from a passing motorist about Tyrion and rushed over to help him. Thankfully, two off duty animal control officers happened to be in the vicinity, and also pulled over to help Tyrion as well.
Founder of Hope For Paws, Eldad Hagar, noticed that as soon as he tried to approach Tyrion, he quickly rushed underneath the car, not before Hagar gently grabbed him by the scruff, and placed a leash around him.
Tyrion was understandably nervous and in shock because he was in a lot of pain. He was rushed to a vet by Hagar, where doctors determined that he had over 200 ticks, and infections that were draining him of energy. After a bath and a steady dose of anti-biotic’s, Tyrion eventually regained his strength.
Doctors knew that once Tyrion began wagging his tail, he was ready to start healing and that’s exactly what he did. A few months after being rescued off the streets, Tyrion was fostered, and then adopted into a loving home, where he presently resides with a mother, father, and two sisters. He even got a new name: Amos. Today, Amos is one happy, lucky dog who is thriving in every sense of the word.
Lisa Kendall, Amos’s new mom says that he is one lazy, very happy dog who is gentle, and greets visitors to the home with a warm smile and greeting. She says that anyone who meets him, absolutely loves and adores him.
Amos used to be a shy and timid dog, who was afraid of everyone trying to help him. Today, he is a silly, goofy pup not afraid to let his personality shine through, especially to his big sisters.
Being rescued completely changed Amos’s life. Thanks to his new loving family, he is getting the second chance in life he rightfully deserves. If you or someone you know is interested in making a difference in a dogs life, please visit the ASPCA to learn how you can adopt.
[Source Story: Fido4ever ]
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