Abandoned puppy wakes up after a veterinarian euthanized him – and he’s now up for adoption

An adorable puppy got a second chance at life when he survived being euthanized. 

Rudolph, the 7 to 8-month-old abandoned pup, has quite the story.

According to Kings Harvest Pet Rescue in Iowa, the pooch was at a shelter that was full ‘so the vet euthanized him’.

Rudolph (pictured), the 7 to 8-month-old abandoned pup, has quite the story. According to Kings Harvest Pet Rescue in Iowa, the pooch was at a shelter that was full 'so the vet euthanized him'

Rudolph (pictured), the 7 to 8-month-old abandoned pup, has quite the story. According to Kings Harvest Pet Rescue in Iowa, the pooch was at a shelter that was full 'so the vet euthanized him'

Rudolph (pictured), the 7 to 8-month-old abandoned pup, has quite the story. According to Kings Harvest Pet Rescue in Iowa, the pooch was at a shelter that was full ‘so the vet euthanized him’

But the miracle puppy woke up, and the vet decided not to try and euthanize Rudolph again. Rescuers said they then brought Rudolph to Kings Harvest, which is a 'no-kill' shelter located in Davenport, Iowa

But the miracle puppy woke up, and the vet decided not to try and euthanize Rudolph again. Rescuers said they then brought Rudolph to Kings Harvest, which is a 'no-kill' shelter located in Davenport, Iowa

But the miracle puppy woke up, and the vet decided not to try and euthanize Rudolph again. Rescuers said they then brought Rudolph to Kings Harvest, which is a ‘no-kill’ shelter located in Davenport, Iowa

But the miracle puppy woke up, and the vet decided not to try and euthanize Rudolph again.  

Rescuers said they then brought Rudolph to Kings Harvest, which is a ‘no-kill’ shelter located in Davenport, Iowa. 

‘So we brought him to our shelter in hopes somebody would come adopt him and give him a second chance at life,’ the rescue facility wrote on Facebook. 

Rudolph’s breed is unknown; however, it doesn’t seem to matter as dozens are already asking how they can adopt him.

The rescue center’s Facebook post has nearly 2,000 shares and more than 800 comments. 

It’s unclear how Rudolph survived being euthanized, but it’s believed that he may have been given an improper dose of the lethal drug. 

Rudolph's breed is unknown; however, it doesn't seem to matter as dozens are already asking how they can adopt him. The rescue center's (pictured) Facebook post has nearly 2,000 shares and more than 800 comments

Rudolph's breed is unknown; however, it doesn't seem to matter as dozens are already asking how they can adopt him. The rescue center's (pictured) Facebook post has nearly 2,000 shares and more than 800 comments

Rudolph’s breed is unknown; however, it doesn’t seem to matter as dozens are already asking how they can adopt him. The rescue center’s (pictured) Facebook post has nearly 2,000 shares and more than 800 comments

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