Somebody dumped a canine close to a Missouri man’s home. And he received all of it on video.


Glenn Blake’s safety digicam captured one thing everyone knows occurs an excessive amount of — but it surely’s nonetheless achingly exhausting to observe.

Yesterday, an SUV pulled up close to Blake’s residence, east of Springfield, MO, let a canine out after which sped off. You’ll be able to see the canine give chase after the car leaves the body.

Blake later posted the video on Fb with the next assertion:

Particular person dumping canine in our neighborhood this morning 10 July at 10:13. Please share. I had no concept this video whould (sic) unfold so quick and thus far. Right here is extra info multi function place. That is at Farm Highway 148 and Farm Highway 205. Three miles east of Springfield, MO simply off of Hwy D. The Greene County Sheriff’s Workplace was notified. Deputy Turner was in a position to find the canine. At this level the poor canine was getting dehydrated and weak. The Deputy was extraordinarily involved and caring and offered the canine with water and luxury. The temperature reached 96 levels at this time. GCSO referred to as Rescue One and so they promptly arrived to look after it.


Right here’s the pup, a feminine Lab combine. She’s now in foster care with the nice of us at Rescue One.


As said above, Blake received in contact with the Greene County Sheriff’s Workplace, which dispatched a deputy in response.

“Actually, all of the credit score ought to go to Deputy Turner,” Blake instructed the Springfield Information-Chief. “He went out of this technique to discover the canine, come up with it, get it cooled off and get it water. And the adoption company (employee). Kudos to each of these individuals.”

He instructed reporters the deputy spent not less than a half-hour monitoring the canine and checking with neighbors to see in the event that they’d seen her.

As soon as discovered, she was handed off to Rescue One, a Springfield-based canine rescue with an unlimited community of fosters. An emergency volunteer from the group met the deputy on the scene. A rep for Rescue One confirmed the canine is now secure in foster care, although she was badly dehydrated and had suffered some burns to her paws from the recent pavement.

Knowingly abandoning an animal with out making preparations for its care is unlawful in Missouri. The sheriff’s workplace is continuous to research.

“Any individual is aware of this particular person, with all of the views the video’s gotten,” Blake mentioned. “I’ve received a sense that at this level, this particular person is aware of she’s been caught.”

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