Dog found bound in duct tape

Injured dog, bound in duct tape, found in Arkansas

An injured dog, bound in red duct tape, was found in Arkansas on Monday night. The small, brown pit bull was discovered by a good Samaritan, who spotted her limping near a gravel road, outside of Monticello. Kaylin Frost told KARK News, “I just cried I didn’t know what else to do.”

Frost called for help –  Drew County Sheriff’s deputies, friends and Frost’s mom arrived and the team was able to get the red tape removed from the dog’s muzzle and neck. After being freed from the duct tape, the frightened pup bolted away, but she was captured on Tuesday.

The authorities believe that she may be part of a local dog fighting operation…her body, which is thin and battered, shows signs consistent with the cruel blood sport. It is unclear if she fell from a vehicle, or was abandoned near the area where she was found.

Anyone with information about the dog is asked to contact the Drew County Sheriff’s Office.

(Screenshot of dog via KARK News)

Yesterday: Someone left an emaciated shepherd in shelter’s night drop box – more here.

More: Gay-rights activist accused of killing pets in staged hate crime – more here.

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5 replies
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    Thank you, Great Samaritans! Please THOROUGHLY INVESTIGATE! Also, please keep us posted and let us know how the dog is doing.

    Reply
  2. Addie says:

    Hope they find out who did this and do the same to them or worse, put them in jail with the inmates who with give him the justice he deserves.

    Reply

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