When April Loew and the other park ranger spotted the small puppy waiting for them outside their station, they both immediately started crying. He was trembling and had fractured both of his front legs.
On the other hand, April, who works as a ranger for Arizona State Parks, did not hesitate to take it upon herself to nurse the puppy back to health.
The Australian Cattle Dog and Catahoula mix suddenly appeared beyond the Lost Dutchman State Park ranger terminal, which is located four miles from the nearest petrol station. The ranger terminal is in the middle of the park.
According to Loew, who provided information to ABC 15 Arizona, ” His tail was pushed under, and he was absolutely trembling.” “He was sort of going on his back legs like a kangaroo.”.
” I couldn’t help but weep… She said that the park manager was seen weeping right in front of them. “We just couldn’t believe that someone would definitely abandon this little kid since he is so, so lovely,” said one of the people.
“Ranger” received treatment for his shattered bones at the veterinarian’s office, but he could not be identified since he did not have a microchip or a tattoo. The veterinary care for Ranger is being paid for by Loew, and the two of them want to keep him. She cannot fathom why somebody would be so callous as to abandon a dog in such a precarious situation.
To nurse the dog back to health, Loew is bearing the tab for the veterinary care; it will most likely take a couple of months for the dog’s legs to fully recover. Loew asserts that she is more than delighted to take Ranger under her wing and provide him with a place to live, despite the fact that it is unknown how Ranger came to be at the park or who left him there.