Two small pit bull type dogs were found dead on Monday afternoon in a plastic container along an Upper Mount Bethel Township roadway. Both dogs were emaciated.
Pennsylvania State Police were dispatched to the scene and found the dogs in a blue Rubbermaid tote with a lid. Inside of the tote, the brown dogs had been wrapped in plastic and blankets. It is unknown when the container was dumped along the road, but the area is wooded and rural – making the discovery of the dogs less obvious.
Anyone with information about the dogs’ death is asked to contact the police at 610.759.6106.
Rest in peace sweet dogs. You certainly didn’t deserve this. Be the voices for those who cannot speak. Report any suspicious acts of animal cruelty; you could save a pet’s life.
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