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Wisconsin Humane Soc. asks for donations to support Jerome

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jerome-250RACINE (WITI) — A Racine puppy needs some help. Jerome came to the Racine Campus of the Wisconsin Humane Society with a badly fractured, infected leg.

The staff at the Racine Campus began to work on relieving Jerome’s pain and evaluated the extent of his injuries. With the help of local veterinarian partners, Jerome began treatment this week that was needed to get him healthy again. Unfortunately, Jerome’s injury to his leg was so extensive that it needed to be amputated.

Jerome is now recovering and will eventually be available for adoption (several weeks). 

Now, the Racine campus of the Wisconsin Humane Society is asking for the community’s support to help fund his medical treatment, which will exceed $1,500.

You can read more about Jerome’s story and make a donation by CLICKING HERE.

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