Outrage as video of ailing dog in animal control shared virally online March 22, 2017/39 Comments/in animal cruelty /by Penny EimsThere is growing outrage over the care, or rather lack thereof, which was provided to a dog who was visibly ailing inside of a kennel run at an animal control agency in Mesquite, Texas. The reason for the anger is readily apparent after one views the pitiful footage showing a chocolate colored dog who is too weak to stand upright, swaying against a wall and surrounded by vomit. The woman who tried to help the dog, who was being held at the Mesquite Animal Services facility, wrote: I only saw his face for a second when I banged on the glass. He was too weak to even turn his head. He had no strength, was swaying back and forth supporting himself on the wall, and was drooling after having just vomited. The woman wanted to take the sickly dog to a veterinarian for care, but she was denied. She explained: I asked shelter staff if I could help, they said he was adopted. I requested to at least let me check him out, they said he was adopted. I said if I could try to get him medication, they said he had been adopted. I said I can take him to the vet and bring him back, they said he was adopted and was going to the vet on Monday, two days later. The “vet” was a neuter clinic. She then shared the dog’s fate: But he didn’t make it. We were told he had gotten better the next day. Today, they said they notified the adopters and the adopters made what they thought was the best decision for him. Conclusion: he’s dead. According to the woman who has taken the situation public, the animal services staff refuses to comment on the situation – she wants others who are angry, like her, to demand this dog’s records – to see what truly took place inside of their facility. Click here to access the city’s “report an incident” form. Click here to read and sign a petition which was created on this dog’s behalf. National Animal News on Facebook here. Faithful dog takes a bullet to protect his family – read this hero’s story here.