NC - Police looking for men who beat dog with machete

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  1. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    Sassygerl Active Member

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    I don't normally click on animal abuse stories....breaks my heart. Glad Buddy is recovering and hope he finds a wonderful family to love him forever.
     
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    Columbo New Member

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    "Men" were doing this to this poor little dog? Why? Why would someone microchip a dog, possibly with a false name, and then do this to him? It's just amazing that he survived.
    He was starved, too--you can see his ribs in the video.
    Just makes me sick. If I were the newscaster I wouldn't have been able to get through the story. Poor little guy, he looks so sweet.
     
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    This just makes me sick I am totally speechless right now! I hope they catch these freaks. What I want to call them is probably not appropriate to type here. It is just horrible to think any human can treat an animal in this manner. Well I guess with today's society anything is a possibility. I guess after taking in my Husky/Akita mix a little less than a year ago as a rescue I take these stories a little personally. He was found in a thickly wood area abandon, under weight, suffering from an infection, mange, etc... Nothing near what this poor pooch went through. Hopefully this pooch will now only know kindness. This is just such a horrible and sad story.
     

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