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They Drive Senior Dog To An Isolated Area, Shoot Him Twice To Death, Authorities Are Investigating

A disturbing case of animal brutality are being investigated by some detectives of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department as it was recorded on surveillance cameras. The surveillance video shows a senior dog, that was driven into an isolated area in La Mirada by two persons who shot him point blank twice.

Unfortunately, the culprits were able to flee in their car, white-2000s Jeep Grand Cherokee. And the poor dog had painfully bled to death.It's really heartbroken for the senior dogs as they are always dumped when they become sick or injured. 

And this case is one of many cases that many owners have no mercy to dumped their dogs, according to detective Mark Christiansen. On the other hand, activists argue dogs’ owners to surrender their senior dogs to shelters instead of dumping them as in shelters they can find help they need.

$5,000 are being offered by PETA for any information that leads to the responsible persons. Watch the video below to have more information. 

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Unfortunately, many of the dogs in Greece are abandoned in a very far area from home or mountains when they become old as they are used as hunting dogs. Sadly, many of these abandoned dogs die because of getting hit by vehicles or from malnourishment.


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