He was found badly in need of medical care -- dirty, unkempt , by someone who brought him to the Police Headquarters, who contacted our AHS Tinton Falls facility.
An examination revealed that the middle-aged gent had a large tumor in his ear. The tumor has been removed and our veterinarian believes he may be deaf. He was given a much-needed spa day and he seems to appreciate all the kindness and care that he has never received in the past.
It has been alleged that there was an owner who left him to live outside once they got a new dog. It has been reported that the "new" dog has since been taken away from them.
We call this handsome gent "Kane" and he would be a devoted companion in a new home. Thanks to the Res-Q Fund , donations are used for the necessary medical care or outside veterinary expenses to give our orphans "a new leash on life".
For more information on Kane, call the AHS at 732-922-0100 or e-mail us.