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The Prince George Humane Society looks back on 2018 with a special slideshow

See all the animals who’ve beaten the odds this year and found their fur-ever homes
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Gigi, a senior pug, had an enourmous hernia and dental disease. She is now fully recovered and adopted! (via Facebook/Prince George Humane Society)

The Prince George Humane Society works tirelessly all year to take care of some of Prince George’s most vulnerable animals and help get them back on their paws.

The society is a community-based charity that provides a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in northern B.C.

Some incredible animals come through its doors this year, and the society has created a special slideshow on its Facebook Page to look back on their furry faces.

The slideshow starts off with a small dog named Fizz who had a severe head injury and was abandoned on a back road. After months of recovery, Fizz is happy and in a new home.

It goes on to illustrate amazing stories of recovery from animals dealing with mange, to bladder stones to a poor pooch who was stuck with porcupine quills.

While the slideshow is amazing, it may not be for the faint of heart!

Those who aren’t so squeamish are in for two-and-a-half minutes of incredible transformations.

To find out more about the Prince George Humane Society and see who currently need a fur-ever home you can check out their website and Facebook page.

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