Dog Abandoned in the Desert Is Miraculously Saved by a Pack of Coyotes

The pup was likely dumped by people who did not want him.

Local residents in Nevada first spotted the unusual gang on their security and doorbell cameras. Running amongst a pack of coyotes was a white dog, who seemed to be fitting in with the group just fine. Until one of the neighbors noticed the dog, who had become known as 'Ghost,' limping and decided that for his own safety they needed to get this pup some help.

Experts thought that Ghost had probably been dumped in the desert between 7-8 months of age and he had been living with the coyotes ever since. This amazing story was shared by TikTok account @Huskymadre.

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Rescue workers claim that Ghost, despite living as a wild animal since a young age, has no aggression and is extremely friendly towards humans. What an amazing story. @Carrieanne comments, "Awwww, this made me cry, I hope good people adopt him." @Kai08900 replies, "He lost trust in humans and just decided to run with his wild cousins." @Flower adds, "Oh my God he was so hungry he ate rocks. I’m not ok! Someone please adopt him!"

Susan McMullen of the Southern Nevada Trapping Team said, "He is not crate trained, he is not leashed trained, he doesn't sleep at night, he paces, he pants and nighttime is really hard for him." It's going to take a very special person willing to work with him, and McMullen continues, "We would like for him to be adopted in a loving home where he is going to have a bed, a couch and people to hold him. I believe he is going to be the best dog because they are the most grateful the ones that are rescued they feel it."

Here's hoping that this miracle dog finds a forever home soon!

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