A rescue group in Minnesota is seeking answers after a horrific discovery was made in the middle of Ponemah highway in late March. On Monday, Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue alerted Facebook followers about the incident, which was discovered on March 26:
We collected the remains of the 7-month-old German shepherd as evidence and took the remains to the local veterinarian who confirmed the skinning. The dog was a pet named Smoky according to the owner who lived in the neighborhood.
The rescue agency reported the horrific find to the Red Lake Police Department and attempted to secure a reward from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) – the agency stated:
We reported this incident to the Red Lake Police Department and attempted to get a reward funded by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) for more information from the public, but HSUS has not received permission for the reward at this time.
Someone knows something about this disturbing case – the rescue group wrote:
Thank you for your support to help Red Lake Rosie’s Rescue expose these atrocities and hope to get the perpetrators of these crimes prosecuted.
Anyone with information should reach out to the Red Lake Police Department and the rescue agency. Please find the person responsible and bring justice to this slain pup.
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