Toby, badly burned dog found in Greensboro, almost ready for adoption

A file photo of Toby at the Guilford County Animal Shelter in Greensboro. (H. SCOTT HOFFMANN/News & Record)

A file photo of Toby at the Guilford County Animal Shelter in Greensboro. (H. SCOTT HOFFMANN/News & Record)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A dog found abandoned and severely burned in Greensboro is almost ready for adoption, according to the Guilford County Animal Shelter.

The Greensboro News & Record reported that Toby will be available for adoption later this month.

Marsha Williams, executive director of the shelter, said the organization will start taking applications to adopt Toby on July 20, at the shelter’s annual Susie’s Fun Jam.

Toby will appear at the event, which raises money for Susie’s Fund, an organization that helps pay for medical treatment for animals that have been neglected and injured.

Williams said she expects Toby to be in a permanent home by the end of July.

Read more: The Greensboro News & Record

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