Hope Solo's dog in 'critical condition' and needs a 'prosthetic front leg' after it was 'shot' in 'heinous act'

HOPE Solo revealed that her dog has been left in a critical condition after being shot.

The United States women's soccer team goal-keeper said she was "shocked and heartbroken" at the "heinous act."

Our magnificent dog Conan (brown, on the far left) is in critical condition after being shot last night. It’s hard news to share, but harder to make sense of this heinous act. Jerramy and I are shocked and heartbroken, but we want to say thank you to Wilkes Veterinary Hospital and their staff for rushing Conan into emergency care, as well as their COVID-19 care practices. We‘ve heard that there are developments in canine prosthetics and would love any information about getting Conan a new front leg!

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Taking to Twitter, the new mom shared a photo with her husband and five doberman.

She captioned: "Our magnificent dog Conan (brown, on the far left) is in critical condition after being shot last night. It’s hard news to share, but harder to make sense of this heinous act.

"Jerramy and I are shocked and heartbroken, but we want to say thank you to Wilkes Veterinary Hospital and their staff for rushing Conan into emergency care, as well as their COVID-19 care practices."

She went on to ask about helping Conan with a new leg in the future.




"We‘ve heard that there are developments in canine prosthetics and would love any information about getting Conan a new front leg!" she wrote.

The couple welcomed twins Vittorio Genghis and Lozen Orianna Judith Stevens on March 4.

The Dancing With The Stars alum and her husband and Jerramy Stevens are animal lovers and longtime doberman owners.

In 2015, the Olympic Champion told People that the breed reminded her husband of some of her own qualities.

“Jerramy always says, ‘Dobermans remind me of you. They’re loyal, regal and people are scared of them,'" she said, adding: "But they wouldn’t hurt a fly and Sasha is pretty much scared of everything."

 

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