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In shelter Dog

Memphis, TN, 38103
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
In December 2021, we received word that a precious angel girl was struck by a vehicle in a hit and run case and left injured in the street and utterly helpless. A Good Samaritan saw this happen and stopped to lift her broken body into his car and try to find help. He drove her to Animal Emergency Center, where she was heavily sedated to assess the damage. This sweet pittie girl, dubbed “Bea,” had a significant laceration inside her lower jaw where the force of the blow caused her lip to tear away from her gums. The expert AEC staff repaired this large wound with many stitches, which will heal in time, but be painful for her to eat for a while. Her more severe injury is a compound fractured pelvis and dislocated leg. 

Bea is one of those miracle dogs, and we are blessed to witness the many positives come from such a bad start. She went from a fate where her chance of survival looked so slim for a few hours to becoming a Streetdog and knowing she was safe.

*Must live within the Greater Memphis area to adopt.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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