Six chained dogs left to freeze outside Long Island in record low temps

Six dogs, either chained or locked in cages, were left to freeze outside in an non-residential area of Manorville, New York on Tuesday evening. Record breaking temperatures dipped below freezing when Suffolk County police found the dogs.

According to the police, three beagles and three bloodhounds were rescued after a 911 call was received late in the evening. The water in the dogs’ bowl was frozen.

The temperature registered 25 degrees Fahrenheit. The dogs ranged in ages from one to five years old and have been transported to Animal Emergency Service on Middle Country Road in Selden

Anyone with information about the dogs is asked to call the Seventh Precinct Crime Section at 631-854-8726.

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