Shelter Receives Adoption Offers for Puppy Dumped in Construction Debris

Recycling plant employees saved the dog's life, now everyone moved by the story wants to take care of her.
3:00 | 12/24/13

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I -- -- -- is recovering from the parent bite marks around her neck and -- -- -- makes this is where she was dumped in a pilot construction debris. The truck transporting recyclable building material brought her to go to college plans it's unclear how long the puppy was in the pile but she was eventually dropped -- a conveyor belt. Halfway through had to go through what's called the -- of. I thought it was the stuffed animal -- and it wasn't -- Arturo Pena took this still photo of jammed soon after a call -- farther down the line noticed -- sticking out of the plastic -- moving. Employees are calling it a miracle -- just moments away from entering the -- items found for the landfill. Arturo says she was bleeding -- shaking so he wrapped the blanket around her and tended to rewards immediately. It was so. Touching so beautiful it was just look at and we would those little puppy eyes and -- his breaking my heart. Animal control officers are hoping tips from the public health and figure out how -- ended up in the trash as of now there are only. Theories let's say next our neighbors -- attacked and they got nervous or fearful and and three were away so they wouldn't get in trouble or people could be abusing her letting their dogs attacked her. Once they get some answers animal control officers are hoping to -- -- out for adoption shelter workers have been flooded with calls from people all over the country eager to give her home. This couple from Martinez arrived well before the shelter open to put their names on the list if it doesn't -- Someone else. Her story touched so many people actually gonna have a wonderful -- and that's all anyone can hope for for this little puppy that's been through so much. And San Francisco Lillian Kim ABC 7 NEWS.

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