http://www.rgj.com/article/20111203...mal-abuse?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Local News she saw an emaciated hunting dog, its paws bloody, its body covered with sores. "Everyone who saw it, the TSA people, the Airport Police officers, the girls at the ticket counter, was concerned. The dog was so weak and torn up. It didn't look like it could survive the flight." Jones said her supervisor told her to load the dog on the plane because the animal's paperwork was in order and its condition wasn't her concern. She said she was warned she would lose her job if she kept carrying on about the dog. "I was crying," she said. "I kept saying that dog could not be put on a plane."