Dog believed to have been burned in meth lab has died

Zorro the dog, believed to have suffered chemical burns in a meth lab, has died.
The staff at Horizon Animal Hospital where the severely injured dog was being treated shared the sad news Saturday morning on Facebook.

It is with a heavy heart and many tears that I must let everyone know that our little hero, Zorro, crossed quietly over...

Posted by Horizon Animal Hospital on Saturday, February 13, 2016

He was found Monday in a ditch by the Bixby Police Department. Police took him to Horizon Animal Hospital, where veterinarians thought he had mange. 
After looking closer, they realized Zorro had chemical burns. Animal Control officers took swabs to confirm what caused the burns, but veterinarians believe the burns came from meth. 

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Veterinarians believe he was living with people who made meth and suffered chemical burns in a meth lab.
In addition to plasma transfusions and other treatments, the veterinarians tried to treat Zorro's apparent withdrawal symptoms. 

The hospital thanked everyone for their donations.