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ARL Caring for Severely Burned Canine, ARL Regulation Enforcement and Norwood Police Investigating

Canine reportedly discovered as stray, suffered burns to twenty p.c of its physique

The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) is at the moment caring for a one-year-old mixed-breed canine who was reportedly discovered as a stray in Norwood, MA, and affected by extreme burns. ARL Regulation Enforcement is collectively investigating the incident with the Norwood Police Division as a case of animal cruelty and abandonment and is asking the general public for any help within the investigation.

The case unfolded this previous week when the canine, now named “Annie”, was delivered to the Norwood Police Station after reportedly being discovered alongside Route 1 within the space of Ellis Avenue.

She was carrying a leash and collar, however didn’t have any tags or a microchip.

Annie shortly after arriving at ARL.

Involved for her welfare, Norwood Animal Management Officer Henry Cerqueira contacted ARL Regulation Enforcement and Annie was then transported to ARL’s Dedham Animal Care and Adoption Heart.

Annie’s second-degree burns cowl her head, neck, shoulders, entrance limbs and stomach.

ARL’s shelter drugs workforce’s first precedence was to assist handle her ache and supply remedy for the injuries. Given the severity of the burns and ache stage, Annie was transferred to Tufts Veterinary Emergency Therapy & Specialties (Tufts VETS) in Walpole, MA, for a number of days to obtain intensive 24-hour care and ache administration.

Annie has returned to ARL’s care however has a protracted highway, maybe months, of restoration forward of her.

ARL and its companions on this matter are dedicated to offering this canine with the remedy she desperately wants and vigilance to analyze and decide who could have been answerable for this act of cruelty.

Anybody with data concerning this case is urged to contact ARL’s Regulation Enforcement Division at 617-426-9170 x110 or e-mail cruelty@arlboston.org; or Norwood Police at 781-440-5100.

ARL needs to thank Tufts VETS and Norwood Police and Animal Management for his or her ongoing help in caring for Annie.

How You Can Assist

Whereas Annie is on her solution to restoration, her highway to get there might be lengthy and would require ongoing remedy — ARL’s work to get Annie effectively is much from over.

ARL depends solely on the generosity of people to meet its mission, and your donation to ARL as we speak ensures that Annie and different animals like her obtain the care they want.

Make a distinction for Annie and thanks for being a Champion for Animals!

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