Montgomery County Animal Care & Control with animal control officers need leads in a disturbing case of animal brutality.
A poor pooch was found frozen to death on Sunday morning, and it was also stuck to a plastic doghouse on Dean Road.
The dog was found by Clarksville man called Trevor Combs, who said that the idea that people would abuse their pets aggravates him.
The dog was found by a Montgomery County animal control officer, Jessica Cook, around 8:30 in a really cold weather.
Cook said that she had to take the blanket off the poor pooch as it was frozen it.
Jeanette Farrell, the director of the Montgomery County Animal Care & Control, said that the dog suffered discoloration and bruising.
The shelter is testing to know if the pooch was sick before his death.
Farrell said that if your dog was sick, you have to call animal control, that would have euthanized it.
Clarksville, in Hematite Road and Freeway 149, similar case was dealt by the shelter. They found a different dog frozen to death on the side of the road.
Authorities urged pet owners, who need help, to call (931) 648-5750. And anyone has information about the case is also asked to call the shelter.
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