Sully was found wandering the streets in extreme pain. You see, someone walked up to him, and shot him in the face. The bullet passed through, breaking his jaw and leaving gaping wounds that became infected. He was picked up by animal control, and it was there that we found him. Sully is with our veterinary partners in the south. He will need surgery on his jaw, but his infected wounds have to be addressed before surgery can be done. If you would like to be considered as an adopter for him, please put your application in here: http://www.rescuedogsrocknyc.org
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