Fury at state of dumped dog’s burns and wounds - The Evesham Observer

Fury at state of dumped dog’s burns and wounds

Evesham Editorial 3rd May, 2018   0

A WORCESTERSHIRE dog warden has slammed ‘dreadful’ owners who left a stray in Worcester emaciated and with open wounds and burns

Pip Singleton slammed the owners following the discovery of the ailing pooch who had clearly been suffering for some time when he was found.

And now the devoted dog warden, who works for Worcestershire Regulatory Services, is urging residents to think twice before they buy a pet and consider the commitment and cost first.

The dog, who has been named Eddie Edward, constantly had his head bowed and had to be taken to the vets immediately.

“To see the pain he has endured reflected in the sadness of eyes just breaks you. He didn’t deserve this hand he was dealt in life and how people could do this to a helpless living creature is beyond me,” she said.

“This happens far too often for my liking and I wish people as dreadful as this wouldn’t buy dogs if they can’t care for them.

“Thanks to some amazing charities help is available for people who have bought a pet which they can’t afford or cope with so please get in touch before things become out of hand – suffering like this has to end.”

Call the dog warden on 01905 822799 for more information.

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