In Phoenix, the police are investigating a report from Maricopa County Animal Care and Control concerning a 2-month-old husky puppy brought to the shelter on Friday night with a severe skull fracture and bleeding.
According to the Facebook page for the organization, the puppy was brought in unconscious and comatose. Two Pups Wellness Fund and Arizona Animal Rescue Mission stepped up to help, and the puppy was immediately transferred to the Phoenix Dog/Cat/Bird Hospital. The people who surrendered the puppy gave the shelter false information, and the police are now following leads to identify the person(s) responsible for the horrendous abuse.
“The hospital is cautiously optimistic that he will recover. We will update the public of his condition,” MCACC posted and are relying on the public and media to share the news and help find the responsible party.
Maricopa County Animal Care & Control (MCACC) – Adopt at pets.maricopa.gov any medical donations can go to Arizona Animal Rescue Mission; they along with Two Pups Wellness Fund are handling the expenses currently but this will be quite costly.
(Photos via MCACC)
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Get well soon little guy.
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