Husky found tied to log near Erie Canal

In Rome, New York, a white husky type dog was discovered tied to a log near the Erie Canal. On Thursday, animal cruelty investigators from the Central New York SPCA announced they are looking for help from the public identifying the dog or his owners.

According to WktvNews, the dog was discovered by Rome Animal Control on July 30 at the end of Luquer Street. It is believed the dog was intentionally tied up and left to die. The latest report states the dog is doing well. The dog has been named River.

“We’re taking it very seriously because it’s cruel,” stated Dee Schaefer, a CNY SPCA representative. “She could have drowned, if she was not able to get on top.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact CNY SPCA cruelty investigators at 315.454.3469 or send an email to crueltyinvestigations@cnyspca.org. This poor dog deserves justice – we can help.

(Photo of dog found tied to log near Erie Canal from CNY SPCA)

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6 replies
  1. Adrienne says:

    Another bunch of scum who probably thought this was funny. When caught, give them hard labor to do where the only free time they have is going to the bathroom twice a day and eating (give 10 minutes). That’s it. Punishment for these cretins that will cause pain to them.

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  2. Jan Barnes says:

    Drown the bastards in a sea of hungry sharks! Love and blessings to you, dear River. Thank you all rescuers and caregivers!

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  3. PAMELA D says:

    Rotten cold hearted coward scumbags. I have too many words for subhuman POS animal abusers. Evil piss ass mentally sick bastards who do this needs to slowly rot with cancer and die in severe pain. Hopefully the POS that did this discovers they have a terminal disease. I hate them and hope they rot.

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  4. Barkley's Mom says:

    Yes, I’m sure the Central New York SPCA does take this seriously but if the culprits are found will the prosecutor and the judge? Probably not, after all there are more important things to attend to than a dog’s life. I live in upstate New York and know for a fact that our judicial system certainly isn’t any better than the rest of the country, especially when it comes to family pets. I hope they do find the POS that thought tying a dog in the Erie Canal was the proper way to dispose of it, but I don’t hold out much hope that they will get much more than probation if even that.

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