Dog Thrown from Moving Car Gets Well. Police Search for Abusers

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On Feb. 19, 2014, a 3- to 4-year-old pit bull was thrown from the back seat driver’s side window of a dark-colored 4-door pickup truck near the Mastic Beach Post Office in Long Island, New York. The dog attempted to chase after his owners, who discarded him as garbage and drove away, and fortunately, witnesses stopped to help the injured pet.

140224-BuddyThe dog has been named Buddy, and is described as a friendly pet that did not deserve this treatment.

The canine suffered head trauma and an injury to his left eye. He also displays old scars throughout his face and body and authorities believe he was used as a bait dog.

The innocent pet was taken to The Suffolk County SPCA for treatment and police are now searching for the abusers. There is a $2,000 reward for anyone with information on this case.

There is a strong lead on the persons who committed the cruel act. Area surveillance cameras might have capture the criminal activity and if an arrest is made, the criminals will face many years behind bars.

If you have any information please Suffolk County SPCA at 631-382-7722. All calls will be kept confidential.

 

1 thought on “Dog Thrown from Moving Car Gets Well. Police Search for Abusers”

  1. “could” face a few years behind bars? How about, this cretin faces felony charges and stays in jail for the remainder of “its” sick life?

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