The dog in the suitcase in the winter garden is in good health, despite the cruel horse abandoned by him. In Toronto Park, runners spotted a suitcase lying on the ground when they saw it moving.
The runners were on a little-used trail in the Lampton Park in Ethiopia when they opened their suitcase and found a small mound of Jack Russell Terriers inside.
One of the runners accidentally came to the rescue of the animals of the Canadian “Black Dog Rescue” turned to them for help.
Black Dog Rescue shared pictures of an abandoned dog, hoping to find the person responsible post the following:
Do you know this dog?
Saturday morning [2020 The runners (who happen to be BDR supporters) came across a suitcase in Lampton Park, Etobikok (near the Humber River, west of Dandas Street, Scarlett Road).
As they approached, the suitcase moved. They heard a dog inside. They could say that the suitcase was thrown on the hill where they found it.
After climbing the hill, they were able to follow the signs of the suitcase for 200 meters.
It took them to the back of the Lambton Arena parking lot. The person who did it may have come from a nearby apartment complex or driven to the arena parking lot to get rid of it.
The area where they ran is not well used this time of year. Fortunately, the weather was warmer than usual, otherwise he could have caught a cold or died. It was clear that she had recently given birth.
He was scanned for a microchip but did not have one.
She is safe in Animal Services.
The police have been notified, but if they do not find any of the nearby cameras, they can not do much.
So we have to identify its owners so that the police can talk to them. Whoever did that to him must be held accountable. He deserves no less.
Fortunately, the dog seems to be poorly cared for or neglected. However, the cruel horse with which he was thrown is confusing to dog lovers, the authorities, who say there are easy, humane ways to get the dog to a local shelter.
The dog, which is about 5 to 7 years old, does not have a microchip or an identification collar, or some eagle-eyed commentators have noticed that it had a hole in its neck, indicating that it once had a collar.
The dog is now in the care of Animal Services will undergo a full physical examination by a veterinarian by the end of the week. Meanwhile, he will not be adopted.
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