Police Asks Public To Help Two Starving Bulldog Puppies

15-12-2015 02-26-18 م

On Tuesday, December 8, 2015, in Florida, two sick and starving puppies were discovered by good helping people after they have been wandering around looking for food in a golf course.


The two poor puppies were only five months old when they were found literally close to a certain death; both poor puppies were underweight. Vero Beach animal control officer, Bruce Dangerfield, rushed the puppies to the Humane Society for immediate vet care. At the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County (HSVBIRC) they had a bath and received treatment to help them survive.


The HSVBIRC shelter named them Laverne and Shirley and wrote a post on their Facebook page: “seem to be slowly improving but it  will take several months for them to fully recover.”

Now the HSVBIRC are seeking the help of public to hunt the responsible people who abused these two poor puppies by starving them to death. The HSVBIRC are looking for the help of good hearted people to assist in locating the awful abusers. “As animal advocates, The Humane Society and Vero Beach Police Department will do everything possible to seek justice for these animals,” Humane Society Executive Director, Chalmers Morse, said.


The Police Department of Vero Beach is seeking the help of anybody who can help give information. Anybody who has any little piece of information that could help in the investigation, please contact the Humane Society at (772) 388-3331 ext. 128 or the Vero Beach Police Department at (772) 978-4600. Tipsters may also contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS (8477) or www.tcwatch.org to remain anonymous and possibly be eligible for a reward up to $1000.00.


Anybody who is interested in helping or has helping information, please call the shelter on (772) 388-3826.
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