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“He was unwilling to walk the first two days in our care,” the Humane Society said. “However, he was finally able to walk on his own Wednesday morning, so his prognosis is looking good.”
Vets are not recommending surgery for Baine because the fragments in his neck are small and hard to find.
Baine will continue being hospitalized in the care of the Idaho Humane Society until the swelling on his neck goes down. After that, the Humane Society will evaluate if he needs to be placed in a foster home or if he can proceed to the adoption floor.
The Idaho Humane Society asks anyone who would like to help provide medical care to Baine and other animals to consider donating. Information is on the IHS website.