Last Updated: September 19, 2010
Here is Hank's story, in the words of his rescuer:
"Hank was tied to the fence of a shelter. He was found by employees the next morning. The shelter called my foster and she picked him up the same day. After a couple of weeks he became lethargic and did not have a good appetite. Two days later she awoke to find him vomiting. She rushed him to the vet. An x-ray was taken and a large stone was found in his stomach. The vet told us that the stone had been present in the stomach for some time considering the condition of the stone. He is now doing great!"
CorgiAid supporters have helped Hank with the expense of removing that stone. Thank you!