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Skeletal dog died day after arriving at shelter – reward offered for information

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A reward has been offered following the discovery of a skeletal dog in Memphis, Tennessee. This week, Memphis Animal Services notified the public that an emaciated dog, dubbed Shiloh, had been taken in at their facility – the dog was in such poor condition that he died just one day after his arrival.

Animal Services writes:

Memphis Animal Services is looking for information about a possible owner of this male dog who we named Shiloh (#A314183). Shiloh came to us in horrific condition on 5/28/19 and unfortunately passed away the following day. He was found near Appling Farms & Hillshire in the Cordova area.

Shiloh’s body indicates long-term, likely purposeful neglect…seldom do stray dogs deteriorate to his dismal condition. Anyone with information is asked to reach out to animal services at: email

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(Image via Memphis Animal Services Facebook page)

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1 reply
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    Whoever did this should die in prison from thirst and starvation–then IMMEDIATELY go to their “special place” in HELL! They worked VERY HARD to get there!


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