Woman arrested for cruelty for neglected dog's dismal condition

Woman who ‘rescued’ dog is facing charges for cruelty after truth revealed

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A New Hampshire woman who posed as a good Samaritan who “rescued” a dog, was later brought up on animal cruelty charges after the truth came out. The woman is identified as 28-year-old Megan Ramos-Heredia of Manchester.

In April, Ramos-Heredia took an emaciated pit bull dubbed Daisy to a veterinary hospital – she claimed that she had found the skeletal dog at a park. The young pit bull was suffering from a multitude of ailments and was transferred to the Veterinary Emergency Center in Manchester for treatment.

According to the Manchester Police, tips and a review of surveillance video eventually uncovered the truth – the woman who brought the dog in was actually Daisy’s owner. As reported by the Union-Leader, Ramos-Heredia turned herself in to the authorities and she is facing a charge for cruelty to animals. She could face up to a year behind bars.

Daisy has been recovering from neglect at a foster home with a veterinary technician who has expressed an interest in giving the dog a forever home.

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1 reply
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    Sounds like mental help is seriously needed. At least she didn’t let the dog die and turned herself in–so there must be a conscience and some sense of right and wrong.

    SO glad the dog is recovering and will have a loving home!


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