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local man noticed blood on his dog, and then saw the wound. Max was in his
backyard when his owner believes he was shot by a stray bullet.
injuries are not life-threatening, but he has to deal with some uncomfortable
stitches for a couple weeks.
was just in the wrong place at the wrong time," said Dr. John Lewton, Max's
saw Max at the back door, begging to be let inside. That's when he notice blood
on Max's thigh.
I got him in the house, I kind of separated the fur so I could see what had
happened, and I saw a pretty big, ugly hole in his thigh," Lewton said. "Judging
from the trajectory of the wound and the wound channel, somebody probably just
shot one up in the air that happened to come down in my backyard where my dog
is a psychologist and is often hired by the city to work with the Toledo police
and fire departments. He says it's common to see this type of activity around
the Fourth of July.
shoot off their firearms on the Fourth of July and people see it on TV all the
time," he said. "Folks shooting guns up in the air, and gravity says they're
going to come back down."
will have his stitches taken out on July 5. In the meantime, he is a reminder
to everyone to be safe.