Puppy was found after being thrown from a car
- Duration 4:38
- Date Sep 22, 2012
Puppy was found after being thrown from a car
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He dog lovers here's a story you have to see this morning back in August a three month old puppy.
Was wrapped in a plastic bag and tossed out of a moving car left to die.
He was found alive but he was severely injured with the help of our next guests little Joseph week.
Has made a remarkable recovery and we'll soon be adopted by a loving family joining us our chief Roy gross of the Suffolk County.
STC -- doctor Linda.
Loudon of the veterinary medical center of Long Island and the talent and is -- Supervisor Tom Croce thanks so much for being here -- I -- start with you that we're not tell us a little bit about Joseph is that story what you've been able to find out of.
Not why somebody would do this -- -- well.
The could be a number of reasons why I mean -- speculation but it appears that he was used as the big dog.
Or use for dog fighting and he won't turn out.
What that means those when they try to get trying to -- for fighting.
They want -- question and one that the -- mean you know make it very very aggressive.
And Jolie as you can see the -- temperament that he has.
Is not the kind of -- he won -- one turn -- it's most likely what may have occurred.
And then he may have been used as a -- dog where they allow the other blogs progressive blogs.
Control blood sometimes when you saw the blogs and use tax just to get -- taste of blood.
And this was such heinous crime in your mind what was done to -- that you -- you put your two best investigators suggest on this case and there's a big reward.
The -- right now there's a 27000.
Dollar reward for the arrest and conviction of the -- were perpetrators responsible.
For the for this heinous act of animal cruelty.
That should shock the conscience.
What are you won't have a not.
To do such a depraved.
Things -- to an animal like that he's such a sweet -- Dog agencies government he is a little nervous this morning doctor out of its -- -- using very tough condition when you discovered him.
What were his injuries he had three.
Cervical vertebrae in his neck that -- fractured one was obliterated and that his paralyzed at all four limbs and we weren't sure he'd walk again.
And how -- do you even begin to help fix him.
We -- and treating his slick threatening shock you know we had to get that over get him over that hump before even addressed his cervical injuries.
We got him through that stage.
And then it was a slow process of supporting him and he's had a cast on his neck to keep them in mobile.
And he's finally starting to be able to live like a -- again by much and that's -- pressure as we said good supervisor of the town of -- let what has how has the talent responded to.
His story -- animal control officers and our staff that the eyes of animal shelter are ready for.
The big day when we'll be adopted by a family on October 13 were having a big adopt a -- Our -- Animal control officers are constantly responding to calls working with SP CA to make sure that this kind of thing doesn't happen to animals and then when it does.
-- we're able to respond.
And were able to make sure they find it at home.
That's wonderful so he's close to finding and at home he's couple weeks away from being adopted.
Since we want to let everybody know that to donate to the SE CAA which operates strictly on donations you should now.
You can go to the soft -- SP CA dot com.
And to donate for -- scare you go to NB CL I dot com or you can visit fox -- not common.
And -- have all this information on our website for you -- chief.
This is going to have a happy ending.
Yes I mean that's that's a basis come back from his 28 years that the USP series in existence.
And I've been involved from the beginning.
And you investigate about 3000 cases a -- of animal cruelty.
Some of them do not and -- a happy ending.
And this is one of the cases that will and -- -- happy ending and that's what gives us to drive to come back and continue.
-- know I would job that's the only job that we do to suffer this BCA this protecting animals that's our job well and we can all appreciate any support that we have from -- I'm sure that's generous we have lots of -- -- -- -- I'm sure that you get get lots -- -- well I see that data -- has taken.
-- -- He did it.
Relax and just a great ending as well searching for a gross doctor Lynda La Melinda loud and Tonka she thanks so much for coming in -- thinks you value.
Thanks -- like him.