Animal services

South Salt Lake Animal Services raises money for surgery after puppy was thrown out of car

SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah (ABC4) – South Salt Lake Animal Services (SSLAS) is looking to raise money for surgery after a puppy was thrown out of a car.

SSLAS says the pup has two broken hind legs, two rib fractures, as well as bruises to the lungs.

The organization says in a Facebook post: “We need a little help. She will have to undergo surgery on both hind legs.

The pup’s name is Malin, and SSLAS says the name means “warrior” or “strong, little warrior,” to be precise.

The puppy would only be two months old.

SSLAS says, “We would like to help her heal and then find her the best home where all she will know is love.”

They rightly say the pup has been through “a lot of trauma” in a short time and deserves some luck and love.

The animal services center opens at 9 a.m. and they hope to raise money for the puppy’s surgery, which she needs.

“Let’s show this baby some love she deserves,” the post reads.

SSLAS is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located at 2274 S 600 W South Salt Lake, Utah 84115.

You can reach them at (801) 483-6024.

Additionally, you can click here to view the SSLAS Amazon Wishlist.