Young puppy died after being shot

Authorities seek answers – young puppy dies after being shot

The authorities in Berkeley County, South Carolina, are seeking answers following the discovery of a grievously wounded puppy who was shot and left to die. As reported by ABC News 4, the three-month-old Labrador retriever puppy died after someone shot him with a shotgun.

The puppy, dubbed Patrick, suffered internal injuries from the shotgun pellets; despite emergency veterinary care, he could not be saved.

In a Facebook post, the sheriff’s office reached out to the public regarding the animal cruelty case:

Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information connected to an animal cruelty case, in which a black Lab puppy was found January 6, off Highway 35 in St. Stephen, with internal injuries caused by shotgun shrapnel.

The sheriff’s office wrote, “This sweet, happy puppy was taken too soon and deserves justice.”

Information needed

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office at 843-719-4412.

Local nonprofit Humane Net is also offering a $500 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.

Yesterday: After nearly 3 years, dog tied to shelter door finally gets a home

Follow the National Animal News Facebook page for more news, updates and petitions.


You know it’s true!!

I prefer dogs to people – pick your favorite color and style here!

 


 

Fight animal abuse! Donate Now


Love is the cure! Pick your favorite color and design here. 

Your purchase helps support the continuation of this site. Thank you! Find more styles at our store here.

My heart!

There is no us. There is no them. We are one! Share this important message with others – choose your favorite color and style at this link. Your purchase helps support the continuation of our site. Thank you!

 



Help support the continuation of this site AND spread the word – Pets are not disposable!! Find your favorite color and style here. 

1 reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *