The death of a three-year-old pit bull mix named Titan is now under investigation in Dallas County, Texas. Last week, the friendly pooch had been adopted from the Garland Animal Shelter – the next day he was found dead in what appears to have been an egregious case of animal cruelty.
Titan had been at the shelter since March after he was surrendered by his former owner. Over the weekend, his body was discovered dumped along Dowdy Ferry Road. The dog had been shot in the head.
“THE SPCA HAS STARTED AN INVESTIGATION.
Titan was adopted from the Garland shelter and was found murdered two days later on Dowdy Ferry Rd shot in the head! I want the names of these adopters released! He was supposed to be free and safe. Make shelters accountable of doing background checks on adopters. Adopter has a long wrap record! Titan should NOT have gone to a criminal!
Garland Animal Shelter – TX
Owner surrendered 3/9.
Found shot to Death on Dowdy Ferry Rd 5/26.
Rest In Peace, Titan”
Titan’s body was positively identified by the microchip inserted at the shelter. The Dallas Police Department and the SPCA continue to investigate the dog’s death.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police, SPCA of Texas at 214.742.7722. Report animal cruelty 214.461.1850. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rest in peace Titan.
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