Authorities rescue Ohio dog chained to tree for four years - Tucson News Now

Authorities rescue Ohio dog chained to tree for four years

(Source: "Justice for Joseph" Facebook page) (Source: "Justice for Joseph" Facebook page)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Authorities found an emaciated and dehydrated dog tied to a tree in Ohio.

Authorities say the dog, previously called Toby, had been tied up for four years.

He is currently undergoing veterinary rehabilitation and is available for adoption.

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