The following story is very upsetting. There was a brutal dog owner who latched his small French bulldog to the back of the car and then proceeded to put the pedal to the metal, forcing the dog to run for its life. Not only was the dog age two, but she had also recently given birth to a litter of puppies, which made the dog extremely tired.
Because the brutal owner decided to drive the dog by its neck at the back of the car, the owner forced the dog to run faster than was possible, which ended up killing the animal.
That’s right. The brutal dog owner dragged the dog to her death in Bootle, Merseyside, United Kingdom. The dog was killed on June 17, 2019. Because the dog was found already dead, authorities made it clear that it seemed that the mamma dog’s owner pulled the dog to its death by dragging it behind it.
Because the French bulldog was unable to keep up with the speeding car, it simply fell to the ground and was dragged.
Because the dog was dragged to its death, it has become a source of sourness for people across the country. The dog was put in a helpless situation because it was tied to the back of the speeding car and was unable to keep up with the speed while at a run and then fell and was dragged in a brutal fashion.
The dog then died as a result of the brutal treatment. Now that the dog was brought in by investigators, it was given to the RSPCA, which is now on the hunt for the horrible people who did this to the dog. They could not believe the condition of the animal after it had been brutally dragged behind the speeding car.
The dog was found dead and still tied to a long wire. The corpse was abandoned in Bootle, Merseyside at 6:30 am, which means the dog was probably killed in the middle of the night.
It seems that the dog ran with the vehicle as long as possible. But the owner either kept pressing down on the accelerator or driving for a very long time until the French bulldog, which is not known for being a very fit specimen. These types of dogs often have breathing problems and cannot always push themselves to be very physically fit.
RSPCA Inspector Joanne McDonald was horrified by what she found. Although they did not find the person in the act of killing the dog, the injuries on the pooch’s tiny body were consistent with that type of injury.
“I believe someone has tied the dog to a vehicle and then drove along dragging this poor pet to her death,” McDonald said. “There is skin missing on her feet, and it looks as though she has run along to try and keep up with the moving vehicle until she was no longer able to. There are also wounds on her body, which must have happened when she was unable to keep on her feet. The collar is also upon her head, suggesting she has been pulled along.”
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