Dog found in Detroit with nose, ears, tail cut off is cleared to go to forever home
A dog that was found abandoned in the streets of Detroit with its nose, ears and tail cut off has been cleared to go to his forever home, the Michigan Humane Society announced Friday. Baron underwent 2 1/2 hours of successful reconstructive surgery on Feb. 8 to protect his nasal passage and shorten and suture his tail. The veterinary team said he "came through with flying colors." The reward for information on who abandoned and mutilated Baron has increased to $40,000.