Because of cancer this dog would not be affiliated.
A police officer named Rick Broz, worked devotedly over 8 years to help animals in Lorain, Ohio. He advocated for stricter animal laws and assisted hundreds of lost dogs join with their families.
He rescued offended and rejected dogs as well.
Once he detected a pit bull dog named Herbie. He said the dog was seriously mistreated to the point that he had never seen a dog quite mistreated.
The miserable dog had various infections, his head was broken as well as he was sightless in an eye. The officer also added that the dog’s weigh should be at least 75 pounds, but he weighed only 25-30 pounds.
So, the dog was carried to the Loraine Vet Facility in order to get the necessary recovery. Happily, he started gaining weight and getting stronger in just 10 days.
The personnel discovered that the dog has a non-responsive cancer called adenocarcinoma.
The entire personnel of the facility as well as Dr. Woods were disappointed as they planned to provide the dog with an eternal home, but because of cancer he would not be affiliated.
Herbie stayed with Dr. Woods, and officer Broz always called on him. He spent a wonderful life that made him forget about the bad period he had experienced with the former owner. Sadly, the dog passed away in the arms of Broz, on March 1, 2013.
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