She described how the dog had been ‘stuffed inside a large grey parcel sack’, with just her ear ‘poking out of the opening’.Ms Reid continued: ‘I collected the body and cut open the sack to examine the dog but there were no obvious injuries on her body and no clear cause of death.
‘She was bleeding heavily from the mouth and I suspect she hasn’t been
dead long as the blood was fairly fresh.’
She told Yorkshire Live: ‘It’s incredibly sad to find this beautiful, seeminglyhealthy dog dumped in such a way.Furious woman handed £120 fine for feeding pigeons her Greggs vegan sausage roll
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‘She’s in a really good condition so it’s unclear how she perished and whether it was in suspicious circumstances but I’d certainly like to speak to her owners.
‘It was incredibly difficult to lift the sack alone so I believe it would have taken two people to carry her body into the park and I’d like to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious in the park before the discovery.’Anyone with information about the dog or her owner should call the RSPCA’s inspector appeal line on 0300 123 8018.
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