Young dog abandoned in dumpster

Someone dumped a young dog into a business dumpster

This week, loud whimpering led a good Samaritan to a disturbing discovery in a dumpster behind a Lilburn, Georgia, business. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the distressed cries from a young dog, identified as a Beagle, led Emily Goldstein’s neighbor and his co-workers to a dumpster on Thursday.

After digging through the garbage, the frightened dog was found. Goldstein told AJC about the danger the discarded dog faced, “He was buried under garbage and today was trash day, so he would have been crushed to death.”

In an attempt to find the dog’s rightful owner, who hopefully had nothing to do with the dog’s abandonment, Goldstein placed an online ad which reads:

Is very sweet loving beagle was found in Lilburn deep in a dumpster. He was whimpering so loud that he drew attention to himself. I decided to make an ad on the off chance that his owner did not do this to him. He’s about a year and a half two years old and is sweet as sugar. 609 902 9282

Goldstein and the man who found the dog are hoping to find somewhere safe for the dog to go if nobody comes forward to claim him as their own. She told AJC, “I would love a happy ending for this baby, nobody deserves to be thrown away like trash.”

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11 replies
  1. Dee pruitt says:

    I live in Maryland. If this little Be able can not find a home , I will take him. There are people that will transport him here. Please, just let me know.

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  2. Dee pruitt says:

    I live in Maryland. If this little Beagle can not find a home , I will take him. There are people that will transport him here. Please, just let me know.

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  3. pennysdachshunds says:

    The owner needs to be dumped in a 8foot hole covered up and never heard of again!!! That dog Most Certainly Didn’t commit a crime so horrific as to deserve being treated like this… Barbaric and Cruel Scum Bags are taking over our country… What happened to the day’s of Lassie!!! Rin-tin-tin and
    Bengi!!!!

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  4. PAMELA D says:

    I HAVE VERY LITTLE WORDS FOR LOW LIFE SCUMBAG SUBHUMANS WHO HURT ANIMALS. THE BEST THING FOR THEM IS “EYE FOR AN EYE” BEING TORTURED THE SAME WAY BUT WORSE AND THEN BLOW THE MOTHERFU$#ERS UP SO THEY WON’T BE ON THIS EARTH AGAIN.

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