This kind of story absolutely breaks my heart but there's hope and help to be done.

Enter your number to get our free mobile app

According to WGRZ, a 7-week-old puppy was badly bitten by another dog with was living with a family home. The owners could not afford emergency care the puppy needed, so Northtowns Veterinary Emergency contacted welfare organizations. but only one offered to take in the puppy -- the Niagara County SPCA.

“The owners could not afford to have him treated for expensive care. They surrendered him to us and we never hesitated to help. Our hearts break for the puppy,” said Executive Director Tim Brennan.

The puppy suffered severe lacerations and fractures but was stitched up and is now being monitored.  Dr. Christopher Brown at the SPCA is looking after the puppy while he heals.

“He is a blessing,” Brown said. “Time will tell when we’re out of the woods, but right now he’s doing well.”

A GoFundMe page has been started to help with the puppy's costs. You can find it here.

Praying this pup pulls through. The wounds looked pretty bad but the care needed is there and it's looking promising!