Hogan, February 2004
Hogan, a four year old yellow male Lab from New Castle, PA was brought into the shelter with an apparent broken leg (the bone was exposed several inches). He'd stayed at the shelter for a full week, with no vet care and unfortunately, his human family never came to claim him.
A massive infection set in the wound and worked its way up to his knee. Surgery was required then to amputate his leg and hip, due to the mass infection. Everyone was hoping the surgery would get the infection before it spread any further, which would have created more of a life-threatening illness. Hogan's leg and hip were amputated but that has not stopped him from running and playing with all his friends. Hogan will be going to his forever family when he is released by his doctor.
Hogan is just one of the many dogs funded by LABMED to give these great dogs a second chance at a healthy and happy life.
Hogan is grateful to all who helped save his life by supporting LABMED.
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