Meet Duke

Posted 5/11/21

Duke came to Trail Of Hope Animal Rescue (TOH) several months ago. Duke was found abandoned, in a cage on property in another county and TOH took him in.

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Meet Duke

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OKEECHOBEE — Duke came to Trail Of Hope Animal Rescue (TOH) several months ago. Duke was found abandoned, in a cage on property in another county and TOH took him in.

Duke was starved, loaded with fleas, had mange, and of course was heart worm positive.

With many months of love and care, Duke got his health back. What we couldn’t give Duke is good eyesight. Due to his inhumane living conditions, Duke is partially blind.

The one big thing we want to give Duke is a forever home. He would need to be the only pet in the home. With his bad eyesight, Duke requires extra attention, and is easily scared by other animals.

If you can give Duke the love and extra attention he deserves, please contact Trail of Hope at 863-357-1104 or at, www.trail ofhopeanimalrescue.org.

Even better, come for a visit at 1201 U.S. 98 North.

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