Jessie Brothers cradled his dog, Nubbin, as they left the Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic on Friday. Nubbin, a Jack Russell terrier, required surgery after breaking his leg Wednesday. Lexington firefighter Anthony Johnson, right, helped pay for the procedure.
Jessie Brothers cradled his dog, Nubbin, as they left the Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic on Friday. Nubbin, a Jack Russell terrier, required surgery after breaking his leg Wednesday. Lexington firefighter Anthony Johnson, right, helped pay for the procedure. Herald-Leader
Jessie Brothers cradled his dog, Nubbin, as they left the Locust Trace Veterinary Clinic on Friday. Nubbin, a Jack Russell terrier, required surgery after breaking his leg Wednesday. Lexington firefighter Anthony Johnson, right, helped pay for the procedure. Herald-Leader

Lexington firefighters team up to cover dog owner's veterinary expenses

November 30, 2012 02:45 PM

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