Young alsatian is terrified after being hit by a car in March
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People have rallied round to help a young alsatian that ran into the West End area of March after being hit by a car.
The young female black and tan dog is being cared for by Best Friends vets until she goes to live with foster carers who hope to help her overcome her fear.
Her owners have still not been traced, despite being posted across social media.
In the meantime she will have a temporary home with Ravenswood Pet Rescue.
Shelley Ridgeon of Ravenswood, said a member of the public called police to say a dog had been hit in the road near Tattoo Crazy.
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The animal had a possible leg injury and shock after the incident on Tuesday (27).
“The young dog limped away in pain running. People have donated to the treatment,” she said.
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“Little lady has managed a walk this morning with a vet nurse and again this afternoon with Emma Chapman.
“The fear is now her fear levels as she is very scared and shocked.
“The vets as always have given her as much love and care and she will remain there until Friday before being taken into foster where we will work with her nerves.
“Thanks to lots and lots of people who have donated today.
“We have brought her a collar working with fear so hoping this will help her over the next few days. Sadly as of yet no owners have been traced.”
• To donate to her care please contact Best Friends vets in March