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Lucky the Dog UpdateSubmitted: 06/28/2013
Story By Ryan Michaels


Photos By Jane Huff Photography

CRANDON - Remember the unlucky beagle who needed surgery? We brought you his story yesterday. Well thanks to you his surgery is paid for and Lucky seems to be on a "fortunate-run" for once. Forest County Humane Society Manager Marin Herbert says overwhelming support came in from the Northwoods for Lucky. He needed to raise seven hundred and fifty dollars for surgery to have his broken leg amputated and because of all the Northwoods support he's ready to go.

He's set for surgery next Tuesday. We'll check back in on him next week.

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