23
May
2007
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

OSU Veterinary Hospital caring for dogs injured in Columbus home invasion

Three dogs were rushed to the The Ohio State University Veterinary Hospital today (5/23), victims of gun shot wounds during a home invasion on the north side of Columbus. Although two are in serious condition due to the severity of their injuries, all of the dogs remain stable at this time and are undergoing treatments for their wounds. This emergency treatment is extremely expensive, and the family is unable to afford the high cost of their critical care.

Tax deductible donations can be sent in care of the Ohio State Veterinary Hospital, Good Samaritan Fund, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1900 Coffey Rd. Columbus, OH 43210, and please indicate that the money should be used for the injured dogs.