GREENSBORO, NC (WFMY) - An emaciated and dehydrated dog has captured the hearts of Triad animal lovers Sunday afternoon as she recovers from a rough life.

A woman was looking at a townhouse in High Point Sunday when she saw a dog stumbling around a nearby construction site. She took her to Susie's Hope, a Triad nonprofit animal rescue. Susie's Hope took her to the clinic, naming her Logan.

The After Hours Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Greensboro has taken in Logan, putting her on fluids. Donna Lawrence with Susie's Hope says Logan is anemic, has a heart murmur and likely has intestinal parasites. She also has a bacterial infection on her skin and ingrown nails.

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The Susie's Hope Facebook page posted a status about Logan Sunday afternoon. They had raised over $900 for emergency veterinary funds. Lawrence said they hoped to bring Logan home Sunday night or Monday morning.

"We think she's gonna be OK," Lawrence said. "It's gonna take time to get her health up from being so thin. Her skin looks really bad."

Donna says Logan looks to be about six or seven years old and seems to be really sweet.

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You can fill out an application to adopt Logan at

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