Haze is a 6-month-old Pitbull mix that was rescued by the Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington, D.C. It was suspected that he had been hit by a car as he presented with mild pulmonary contusions and a right tibial/fibular fracture. Due to the severity of the injury Project GO approved funding for his surgery, and in September 2017 Haze underwent a right open reduction and internal fixation of the right mid-diaphyseal long-oblique tibial fracture with Dr. Chris Leasure at Veterinary Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group (VOSM). Following surgery VOSM’s lead surgery technician, Sonja, volunteered to foster Haze during his recovery due to his sweet nature. It was inevitable that Sonja would fall in love with Haze which ultimately led to a “foster fail.” Haze now lives with Sonja and her family along with their other small dogs and cats. He’s now fully recovered and loving life!