Pit Bull Puppy With Horrible Case Of Mange Is Rescued

Eli, a 9-month-old Pit Bull, was rescued along with fourteen other dogs from a local shelter and brought to Redemption Road Rescue of Michigan. He was covered in mites and seemed broken hearted.

Eli had a horrible case of mange covering his little body. Immediately, he was treated and started to improve. Fast forward two months and his personality blossomed. The handsome pup thrived in his foster home. He thoroughly enjoyed the warm bed, treats, and belly rubs. His beautiful stone-blue fur coat returned and his broken heart was mended.


The young pup turned into a playful goofball who loves everyone he meets, even cats! He is just a typical dog who loves peanut butter, belly rubs, and playing with his friends. Finally, his special someone showed up and took him home. His new dad will be taking Eli on a lot of fun adventures.

It is National Feed A Rescue Pet Week. Last year we beat our goal of feeding 3 million rescue pets. This year our goal is to provide 5 million meals to rescue pets, but we need your help!

Redemption Road Rescue thanks GreaterGood.org’s Rescue Bank program for providing food, which allowed them to use the money saved on treatment for Eli. “Rescue Bank allows us to help medical cases, dogs that need hundreds or thousands of dollars of medical. By giving us supplies and food, we are able to have more funds available for the medical needs of dogs like Eli and helping them is made easier with Rescue Bank’s help!”

Photo: Facebook/Redemption Road Rescue of Michigan
Photo: Facebook/Redemption Road Rescue of Michigan

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Photo: Facebook/Redemption Road Rescue of Michigan
Photo: Facebook/Redemption Road Rescue of Michigan

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