Dumpster Puppy Prince Albert, Sask.
March 13, 2012 by staff
Dumpster Puppy Prince Albert, Sask., For the second time in only two months, a puppy was dumped and left for dead in Prince Albert. The latest incident happened two weeks ago near a gas station on 15th Avenue East and 28th Street. Debbie Foley-Brass just happened to decide to stop that night and clear her car out.
“I went to take the garbage and put it in the garbage can. I could hear some rustling around. At first I thought it was a cat. I leaned over and I could see this bag moving. I ripped it open and there was a puppy inside,” said Foley-Brass. “At first I thought it was dead and then it was moving and I started crying.”
Foley-Brass took the small dog home with her and then went to see the veterinarian. She was told that the Malamute – St. Bernard cross was only four weeks old.
“That’s ignorant to do that to an animal. If they do that to an animal, would they do that to a human too?” said Foley-Brass.
Foley-Brass kept the dog for one week and then gave it to a friend who has said the dog is doing well and is very happy.
This is the second time in only two months an incident like this has occurred in Prince Albert.
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