COLLEGE STATION, TX — Texas A&M University was excited to announce that a Houston Police Department K-9 is in recovery after receiving a bone cancer diagnosis.
They said that T-Rex was diagnosed and was able to receive a life saving surgery at the university's veterinarian clinic. He lost one of his legs, but will be able to continue to fight crime and live a happy life!
Looking at T-Rex, you’d just see a happy @houstonpolice K-9! 🐕— Texas A&M University (@TAMU) December 17, 2019
He recently overcame a grim diagnosis of bone cancer and, thanks to a life-saving surgery at @tamuvetmed, he’s continuing to live a happy life as a crime-fighting dog — now on three legs! https://t.co/7ETqZQ1r1f pic.twitter.com/dYxeE8vV81