Suspected abuse victim

Suspected victim of abuse – pup suffers severe facial injuries

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On Monday, the Kentucky-based animal welfare agency, The Arrow Fund, took in a suspected victim of abuse. The non-profit group warned Facebook followers that the images of the pup were graphic.

The post about what is believed to have happened to this abused pup reads:

****WARNING: Graphic Photo****

INCOMING…

We have been contacted about this boy in Hazard, Kentucky. Foul play is suspected. Police have been contacted.

The Arrow Fund added:

The former owner was told the heinous injury was allegedly caused by someone who violently kicked this dog in the face. He is headed to BluePearl in Louisville for treatment and will now reside under the care of The Arrow Fund. The surgeon is on standby as is our President/Founder Rebecca Eaves, who will greet him with love.

The Arrow Fund added a subsequent update noting that the 10-month-old puppy is being called “Banjo,” and that he is in “critical” shape.

More updates will be posted as Banjo’s condition becomes more clearly known.

Donations can be made at TheArrowFund.org and checks may be mailed to The Arrow Fund, P.O.Box 1127, Prospect, Kentucky, 40059.

More news and updates at this link to National Animal News Facebook page – here.


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13 replies
  1. pennysdachshund says:

    The total ” ASSHOLE from HELL” needs to have both his “legs””” sawed off at the knees!!!! Not in reality BUT it is What HE DESERVES!!!! I HOPE the LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS a PLAN FOR the BUZZARD VOMIT!!!!

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  2. Cynthia Como says:

    WTF!!! He’s only a baby for Gods sake! Unfortunately nobody will have to answer for this horrific treatment of this poor puppy! MAKES ME SICK! GET WELL SOON BANJO!

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  3. Angela Corso says:

    This is one of those posts where you can only ask; “Why”? I hope the person who did this has the hardest punishment given to him whether it is by a court or those individuals who are animal defenders!!!!!!!!! God Bless those who are taking care of this poor dog. Keep us posted, please.

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  4. Beth says:

    KENTUCKY: This state is rated #50 OUT OF 50 according to the Animal Legal Defense Fund for having the absolutely worst animal protection laws in the USA. Asshole Kentucky–NO excuse!

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    • pennysdachshunds says:

      TEXAS ( TEXASS) should be spelled this way… is Right behind Kentucky then>>>> they should call it TEXASS ___ The STATE WITH a HOLE to fit EVERY ASS!!! and we AIN”T KIDDIN!!!!

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  5. Tracy Whitcomb says:

    Poor baby!!! I hope the person who did this is going to be charged and found that he intentionally did this. He should go straight to Prison and I hope if he does he gets kicked in the mouth as soon as he opens it. Stupid ASSHOLE!!!

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  6. susispot says:

    Someone kicked him in the face? Who sliced him up and let him get so poor he has skin issues? I think this poor baby needs a new family to love him. I hope he can be repaired.

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  7. Nancy Raymond says:

    This ‘former’ owner needs to be interrogated as I strongly suspect they are responsible for Banjo’s horrific injuries – and whoever this redneck bastard is they should be nailed to a tree and used as target practice as that is ALL they are good for. Hope Banjo recovers and gets the safe loving home he obviously never had. Thank you to the Arrow Fund for coming through for this innocent puppy.

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  8. Star Shelley says:

    Sending prayers,for Banjo recovery and a loving home and a sending karma to the low life asshole call human, hope they have nightmares forI the rest of their pathetic life with no peace in their heart, soul and mind.

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