Wisconsin Humane Society highlights one dog’s transformation ahead of Giving Tuesday

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – The Wisconsin Humane Society is highlighting one dog’s transformation ahead of Giving Tuesday.

According to WHS, the transformation was made possible through charitable giving.

When the dog, T-Rex, first came to WHS at 9-months-old, he was skinny with overgrown nails and irritated skin. WHS says he was dehydrated, severely emaciated and in need of a bath.

After refusing to eat food, doctors discovered T-Rex had eaten part of a corn cob and it was stuck inside his small intestine. Emergency surgery was performed and within a few months, he gained 30 pounds. T-Rex is expected to be available for adoption soon.

Donations to WHS will be matched until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1 to help other dogs like T-Rex.

More information can be found on the WHS website.

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