S.C. (WCIV) – Two dogs found
malnourished by a fisherman are recovering slowly, according to the Charleston
Kay Hyman said Tuesday morning the dogs were found Sunday by
a fisherman. The man tried to get one of the dogs to safety but it kept leading
him back to the water. That's when he spotted the other dog nearly drowning in
Hyman said the dogs' body temperatures were only 94 degrees.
A healthy dog's temperature is usually 102, she said. She added both dogs
weighed less than 30 pounds when they were found.
Right now, the North Charleston Police Department is trying
to find the owner and find out what happened to the dogs.
The animal society is caring for the dogs, feeding them
small amounts of food so they can regain their strength. The dog found in the
water is also being treated for pneumonia, Hyman said.
Anyone with information about the dogs should contact the
North Charleston Police Department.
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