Dumped dog has his spirit broken

A spirit broken – sight impaired dog dumped on road

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A shelter in Shelbyville, Indiana, is looking for answers after taking in a sight-impaired dog who was abandoned on a road. On Monday, the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter reached out to the public about the dog whose spirit has been broken:

His spirit has been broken.
We got a call today from an older gentleman that stated he watched a truck pull into South Pleasure Valley Road near Geneva, and then quickly pull out. There was this male white and black Jack or Fox Terrier, no collar, just standing there.

Imagine being loaded into a car and dumped somewhere unfamiliar…add to that – not being able to see.

Do you recognize this dog? The shelter is hoping to find out who is behind the cruel abandonment.

If you know anything, please contact us anonymously. All information will remain confidential. Email me anytime at cbrowder@cityofshelbyvillein.com or call your ever dedicated shelter team at 317-392-5127.

Find the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter on Facebook here.


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  1. Bunny Peters says:

    I am glad this precious little treasure was rescued!!!
    I hope this precious little treasure makes a full recovery and finds a new furever home where he will be a beloved family member……

    Someone knows the POS who did this……. that pure evil POS will burn in Hell forever for their cruelty…… Absolutely NO ?’s about their fate……

    It absolutely breaks my heart to think of these special treasures alone, afraid and worst of all, unloved in the shelters (I know that old, “special needs” animals are usually at the very top of the euthanasia lists)…….

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