|Death: ||Aug. 31, 2013|
"Puppy Doe," the young adult female dog was found alive August 31, 2013, in the vicinity of Carrolls Lane in Quincy, near the Whitwell Street playground and the campus of Quincy Medical Center. She weighed less than half what a normal, healthy dog of her size should. Due to the extent of her injuries, she could not be saved by veterinarians.
According to Dr. Martha Smith-Blackmore, vice president of animal welfare at the Animal Rescue Leaugue, who performed the necropsy, Puppy Doe was likely 1 to 2 years old. In addition to being starved and beaten on many occasions, causing fractures to the head and body, she appears to have undergone some kind of crude cutting to create a serpent-like split to her tongue. The dog had also been stabbed in the eye, her nose burned, various other burns, and having her bones pulled apart.
A facebook page has been created called Justice For Puppy Doe.
*The original owner has been found. She has said she had to give the dog away due to a housing ordinance and found a new owner on Craigslist. Whether that owner kept the dog or she was again given away is still to be determined.
**I know it is hard not to lash out at the person who did this to this poor animal but please do not leave angry or unkind messages. This is a place for love, peace, and goodness.
Specifically: Humanely Euthanized
Created by: AngelWings
Record added: Sep 22, 2013
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