Man Reunited with His Dog After Baltimore Explosion Left Him in a Coma for 4 Months

HASS Pilot Shelter, Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) was featured in national news for their new temporary boarding program. After a massive natural gas explosion of several homes in Baltimore, Maryland last October, one of the injured homeowners and his dog were finally reunited this week. BARCS Animal Shelter was able to offer their support by giving temporary housing to the dog, Barak, while his dad recovered in the hospital from his injuries caused by the explosion.

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