Military Police Seize Suffering Dog

October 2003

PETA got a dog on a military base in Louisiana–left chained on the porch while her owner left to go on vacation for 10 days–after neighbors alerted us that the dog had two collars deeply embedded in her neck and was suffering from an infection. The dog was seized by military police on a weekend and was treated by the base vet.

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