Purdue animal hospital, oldest facility of its kind, gets $73M boost from Statehouse
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Ace, a red fox Labrador retriever, is a regular at the Purdue Small Animal Hospital.
His owners, Ron and Denise Raduenz, on Friday drove an hour-and-a-half from Cedar Lake, in northwest Indiana, just as they have for the past seven years, when Ace was diagnosed with blastomycosis, a fungal disease that can be a killer for dogs.
“The vets we had home tried,” Ron Raduenz said. “But they said, ‘If you want to save him, take him to Purdue – tonight.’”
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