Health update of 3 sick pit bull puppies abandoned in the New Jersey woods

Supporters of two animal rescue groups in New Jersey have a lot to thank as the condition of three sick puppies recently abandoned in the woods has improved.

The two male and one female pit bull puppies, each around four months old, have all been treated for parvovirus since their discovery in Millville last week.

Pit Bull Pups Abandoned in Millville Woods (Jersey Pit Rescues)

Pit Bull Pups Abandoned in Millville Woods (Jersey Pit Rescues)

“Finch, fox and falcon” were all trending in the right direction on Monday, according to an update shared by Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge on its Facebook page.

Female Finch was doing well enough to be released into a foster home Monday night, Jersey Pits Rescue confirmed to New Jersey 101.5.

Both males remained at Oradell Animal Hospital with “diarrhea and a cough” but ate alone in the hopes of being cleared to leave later in the week.

Dog lovers had contributed to online fundraisers for the trio’s care, which RBARI said had made a difference.

“It takes an army and you are truly the foundation that allows us to take on such challenging medical cases,” the rescue group said in its Facebook post.

There have been no public updates on whether officials have found information on who may have left the dogs outside to fend for themselves last week.

Erin Vogt is a reporter and anchor for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach her at [email protected]

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