Marley's Mutt Rescue Is Now Thriving After Severe Burns | Pit Bull Press | Positive Pit Bull News
Published On: Tue, Jul 17th, 2018

Marley’s Mutt Rescue Is Now Thriving After Severe Burns

TEHACHAPI, California – The Kern County animal shelters see an influx of dogs throughout the summer months. Some of them are dropped off at shelters in bad shape in need of medical treatment, adoption or rescue.

Marley’s Mutts is a Tehachapi based non-profit, whose mission is to save the lives of canines around Kern County.

In June, founder Zach Skow and his team rescued three-year-old pit bull Jada. According to Marley’s Mutts, someone had abandoned Jada at the Kern County Animal Shelter. Her back covered with severe burns, the worst Zach and others have seen in a rescue. Stunned by her wounds but encouraged by Jada’s spirit, Marley’s Mutts had no other option except to rescue her.

Watch Jada in the video above.

If you’d like to apply to adopt Jada or other dogs at Marley’s Mutts, click here.

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