Dog shot tow bullets in his head and buried alive survives
According to the reports of Hillsborough Animal investigation cell’s representative, they discovered a dog whose body was buried in sand up to his neck and Dog shot twice in his head. The incident took place besides an empty home in the area of Clair-Mel.
Pam Perry who is the investigation manager from Animal Services commented that he has never ever witnessed such a terrible incident of animal abuse in his eleven years career in this organization. Perry further revealed that they received a call from anonymous caller on October 29th who heard two bullet fires behind an empty home in Deerfield Drive. The dog was buried in backyard of the empty house and the lady officer from Hillsborough Animal Services started digging the spot with her bare hands to rescue the abused dog.
The Dog shot was still alive but they could see blood trails and there was blood coming out of dog’s head. Perry started to unearth the dog as quickly as possible. After digging out the hole and lifting the dog up; the officers rushed towards emergency vet for instant medication. The dog was named as Phoebe and it is two years old pit bull jumble variety.
Moreover, defining detailed condition of the dog; Perry commented that it was not only shot but it was also withered. It only weighed thirty pounds that is far less than normal. Perry requested that they need community’s assistance to catch the criminal who has done such a cruel abuse to innocent animal.
According to Animal Services Workers, they found eight more dogs in neighboring area afterwards and they are wondering that if someone has tried to covey them a threat message or some cruel is doing this mischief just for fun. But they also have concerns about the safety of Animal Control Officials as this area is known for animal abuse. Perry defined her confusion by saying that they don’t know if it was a threat to Animal Control Officials or it was a threat to community or it may be a sob for help.