Humane Society offering reward for puppy found mutilated

- The Humane Society of the United States is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a person(s) responsible for mutilating a puppy in York County, SC.

Someone cut the fur and burned the genitals of a 3-month-old brown and white beagle/pit bull mix, according to the Humane Society.

The puppy escaped the kennel and was found by his owner and taken to the vet for treatment.

The incident happened Saturday, April 2, at the 2800 block of Gordon Road in Rock Hill.

Kim Kelly, South Carolina state director for The HSUS said, “This is a particularly cruel and disturbing crime. It’s sickening to think about the suffering this dog experienced and knowing there’s an individual or individuals in our state who would perpetrate this type of abuse. We hope this reward will lead to information about who committed this despicable act.”

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